Sentencings

Robyn Dahle, 35, of Anahola, was sentenced by Judge George Masuoka to five year terms of probation for Promoting a Dangerous Drug in the Third Degree, Promoting a Harmful Drug in the Third Degree, and Unlawful Use of or Possession with Intent to Use Drug Paraphernalia in two separate cases. Special conditions to Dahle’s probation include Dahle serving 49 days in jail (the equivalent of time she already served), performing 400 hours of community service work, completing a substance abuse evaluation and treatment as recommended, being subjected to drug testing, and payment of court fees. Dahle entered her guilty pleas to the felony offenses on Dec. 22, 2005.

In the first case, police arrested Dahle on March 13, 2005 after she met with an individual cooperating with police to set up a purchase of drugs from Dahle. Dahle did not actually go through with the sale but police stopped her vehicle from leaving the area after the cooperating individual signaled police that he saw drugs in Dahle’s possession. A search of Dahle’s vehicle resulted in the recovery of Vicodin, Oxycodone, Hashish, and Methamphetamine. In the second case, police arrested Dahle on June 3, 2005 after police recovered methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and marijuana from a Koloa residence upon which Dahle and others were trespassing.

Mark Bagaoisan, 24, of Hanapepe, was sentenced by Judge Masuoka to a five year term of probation for Unlawful Use of or Possession with Intent to Use Drug Paraphernalia. Special conditions to Bagaoisan’s probation include Bagaoisan serving 60 days in jail in addition to time already served, completing a substance abuse evaluation and treatment as recommended, being subjected to drug testing, and payment of court fees. Bagaoisan entered his guilty plea to the felony offense on Jan. 5. Police arrested Bagaoisan for a bench warrant in a separate case on July 17, 2005. A search incident to that arrest resulted in the recovery of a glass smoking pipe with methamphetamine residue from Bagaoisan’s pocket.

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