Police Log

May 11

Family abuse — 2:09 p.m., Jason Carroll Barnes, 29, of Lihu‘e.

Criminal contempt of court, third-degree assault — 11:05 a.m., Duane Kaleiokalani Dawson, 36, of Lihu‘e.

Family abuse — 11:21 p.m., Eric John Delacruz, 31, of Princeville.

Bail surrender — 10 a.m., Jesse Kaliko Rivera, 27, of Kapa‘a.

Driving under the influence of an intoxicant, criminal contempt of court — 9:14 p.m., James Orivile Williams, 32, of Kapa‘a.

Failure to appear in court — 12:50 p.m., Seraiah Arlaine Yata, 19, of Kapa‘a.

May 12

Third-degree assault — 6:04 p.m., Tiffany Leigh Riopta, 23, of Lihu‘e.

Third-degree assault — 5:39 p.m., Lauren Kianalani Valvieja, 26, of Kapa‘a.

Second-degree terroristic threatening — 1:24 a.m., Norman Gene Bergonia, 46, of Lihu‘e.

March 13

Third-degree theft — 9:37 a.m., David Bagano, 41, of Lihu‘e.

Driving under the influence of an intoxicant, driving with a revoked license, revocation of modified probation — 10:58 a.m., Detchana Ton Mekchay, 32, of Hanapepe.

Family abuse, manslaughter, second-degree unlawful imprisonment — 2 p.m., Shane Nevada Duncan, 27, of Wailua.

Failure to appear in court, revocation of modified probation (three counts) — 8:30 a.m., Cheri Reine Lyons, 55, of Hanapepe.

Criminal contempt of court — 7:19 a.m., Troy H.W. Pa, 30, of Anahola.

March 14

Unauthorized entry of a motor vehicle, second-degree burglary, possession of drug paraphernalia — 1:10 p.m., Stephen Kaliko Makanani, 22, of Kapa’a.

Criminal contempt of court — 5:20 p.m., Jeremy Charles Theade, 32, of Kapa‘a.

March 15

Criminal contempt of court — 9:25 p.m., Bobby Wade Santos, 41, of Lihu’e.

Illegal throwing nets — 3;25 p.m., Dempsey Delroy Silva, 55, of Lihu‘e.

Prohibited use of strays — 3:50 p.m., Jeremy Richard Smith, 26, of Koloa.

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