Arrest Log

April 1

Family abuse — 1:10 p.m., Conrad Gregory Anguay Jr., 44, of Kekaha.

Second-degree assault of a police officer, first-degree burglary (two counts), unauthorized control of a private vehicle (two counts), resisting arrest — 11:17 a.m., Carlos Alberto Aragon, 39, of Lihu‘e.

Criminal contempt of court — 11:38 p.m., Michael Carey Benham, 34, of Lihu‘e.

Possession of drug paraphernalia, third-degree promotion of a detrimental drug — 5:25 p.m., Maxine Haunani Constantino, 21, of Hanama‘ulu.

Third-degree theft — 7:25 a.m., Kevin Kekuaoka Vialana Daligdig, 22, of Anahola.

Violation of a temporary restraining order, harassment — 9:30 a.m., Clesson Buddy Kaipo Hanohano, 42, of Puhi.

Discharge of sureties, criminal contempt of court (two counts) — 3:30 p.m., Terrill Lymon Kuehu, 48, of Anahola.

Possession of drug paraphernalia, third-degree promotion of a dangerous drug — 5:25 p.m., Shyanne Maileleilokelani Morikawa, 26, of Hanama‘ulu.

Revocation of moderate probation — 1:20 a.m., William Sanford Travis, 44, (residence city not given).

April 2

First-degree criminal trespassing, first-degree terroristic threatening — 1 a.m., Rodelio Ventura Abalos, 28, of Hanapepe.

Discharge of sureties (six counts) — 11:15 a.m., Robert H. Appley, 59, of Kapa‘a.

Criminal contempt of court — 8:25 a.m., Gilbert Balai Sr., 46, of Anahola.

Family abuse — 9:45 a.m., David Benjamin Saraos, 21, of Lihu‘e.

April 3

Criminal contempt of court (two counts) — 5:15 p.m., Frank George Latonie, 43, of Hanapepe.

Third-degree promotion of a detrimental drug, second-degree methamphetamine trafficking, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving without an operational license — 11:40 p.m., Lloyd Ernest Palmeira, 35, of Kapa‘a.

Criminal contempt of court — 9:50 a.m., Clifford Kalipuuwai Apo, 55, of Kekaha.

Unauthorized control of a private vehicle (two counts), first-degree burglary (two counts) — 5:32 p.m., Timothy Michael Buechler, 37, of Lihu‘e.

• The above notices are from reports made public by the Kauai Police Department. The Office of Information Practices says the Kaua‘i Police Department must disclose the names of arrested residents.

• The OIP also states that no resident should be taken into custody secretly, and those who are arrested should be taken in only after probable cause has been established.

• The Garden Island publishes the names of those who have warrants issued for their arrest or are arrested within the county, including but not limited to, those released on bail or released pending investigation. Those who are arrested and released “no charge” also can be included.

• All people listed are presumed innocent unless found guilty in court. To review actual Kaua‘i police logs, or to dispute a listing, contact the KPD at 241-1711.

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