Police Log

Tuesday, Feb. 14

Violating-protective-order arrest — 10:10 a.m., Sheryl Lynne Van Cleave, 42, of Anahola, for violating a protective order.

Indecent-exposure arrest — 12:13 p.m., Wayne Steven Bukoski, 50, of Koloa, for indecent exposure.

Family-abuse arrest — 3:20 p.m., Jason Kekoa Padilla, 24, of Hanama‘ulu, for family abuse.

Violating-restraining-order arrest — 7:20 p.m., Julie Myrna Standford, 56, of Kapa‘a, for violating a temporary restraining order for harassment.

Threat arrest — 8:20 p.m., Thomas Junichi Teragawa, 51, of Puhi, for terroristic threatening.

Drunk-driving arrest — 10:55 p.m., Chumsri Liberto, 30, of Kilauea, for driving under the influence of an intoxicant, and for having an open liquor container in a vehicle.

Wednesday, Feb. 15

Disorderly-conduct arrest — 1:55 a.m., Trinette Monica Vegas, 23, of Lihu‘e, for disorderly conduct.

Property-damage arrest — 4:36 p.m., Tasia Ceenee Clagett, 20, of Kalaheo, for criminal property damage.

Burglary arrest — 3:32 p.m., Harry Louis Smith, 46, of Koloa, for burglary.

Drunk-driving arrest — 8:45 p.m., Angel Gregory Aranio, 52, of Koloa, for driving under the influence of an intoxicant.

Thursday, Feb. 16

Drunk-driving arrest — 12:49 a.m., Maikai James De Ruiter, 29, of Hanama‘ulu, for driving without a license, driving under the influence of an intoxicant, and for resisting an order to stop.

Burglary arrest — 6:34 a.m., Leon Christopher McDonald, 32, of Kapa‘a, for burglary.

Burglary arrest — 6:35 a.m., Michael James Brookins, 53, of Kapa‘a, for burglary.

Assault, disorderly-conduct, harassment arrest — 7:50 a.m., Julie Aiko Groves, 44, of Kapa‘a, for assault, disorderly conduct and harassment.

Harassment arrest — 8:15 a.m., Tasia Ceenee Clagett, 20, of Kalaheo, for harassment.

Violating-probation arrest — 9:15 a.m., Tacita Vasquez, 33, of Kapa‘a, for violating probation.

Family-abuse arrest — 4:11 p.m., Tasia Ceenee Clagett, 20, of Kalaheo, for family abuse.

Friday, Feb. 17

Drunk-driving arrest — 12:35 a.m., Lyman Kalani Kahaunaele, 44, of Kapa‘a, for driving under the influence of an intoxicant.

Property-damage arrest — 1:08 p.m., Jamie Aki, 32, of Lihu‘e, for criminal property damage.

Drunk-driving arrest — 5:35 p.m., Kennedy Tacazon Tubon, 18, of ‘Ele‘ele, for driving under the influence of an intoxicant.

Drug arrest — 6 p.m., Jaime Bryce Campbell, 18, of Auckland, New Zealand, for promotion of a detrimental drug.

Driving arrest — 6:15 p.m., Christopher Graham Hicks, 38, of Kapa‘a, for driving without a license.

Drug arrest — 10:45 p.m., Quyntin Kaulana Perreira, 18, of Kalaheo, for promotion of a dangerous drug.

Saturday, Feb. 18

Harassment arrest — no time listed, Patrick David Hamilton, 37, of Kapa‘a, for harassment.

Drunk-driving arrest — 12:44 a.m., Dalton Reid Matsuyama, 25, of Lihu‘e, for inattentive driving, and for driving under the influence of an intoxicant.

Drunk-driving arrest — 2 a.m., Jeddy Vic Garcia Fernandez, 25, of Kapa‘a, for driving under the influence of an intoxicant, and for driving while license suspended.

Drug arrest — 6:46 a.m., James Bryon Nickles, 42, of Sunnyvale, no state or country listed, for promotion of a detrimental drug.

Robbery, assault arrest — 9:19 p.m., Jeffrey Jensen Waite Jr., 46, of Kapa‘a, for second-degree robbery, and for third-degree assault.

Sunday, Feb. 19

Assault arrest — 1:30 a.m., Travis Toledo, 22, of Lawa‘i, for assault.

Assault arrest — 1:30 a.m., Jenny Supnet Masulit, 28, no city of residence listed, for assault.

Driving arrest — 2:30 p.m., Jason Sterling Dotson, 35, of Wailua, for not having no-fault motor vehicle insurance, and for driving without a license.

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