Arrest Log

April 19

Family abuse — 1:00 p.m., Teresa Alethe Belmes-Allianic, 50, of Koloa.

Third-degree assault (three counts), disorderly conduct — 12:30 a.m., David Michael Cox, 32, of Lihu‘e.

Second-degree assault — 11:15 p.m., Jason Elliot Milczarski, 23, of Hanamaulu.

Criminal contempt of court — 6:36 a.m., Ashlee Hiilei Pasion, 21, of Lihu‘e.

Harassment — 1:25 p.m., Peter Edwin Pereira, 43, of Lihu‘e.

Carrying a deadly weapon, disorderly conduct, harassment (two counts) — 11:50 p.m., Filimone Taito Taumalolo, 18, of Lihu‘e.

April 20

Harassment — 11:55 a.m., Matthew Caminos, 24, of Kapa‘a.

Family abuse — 10:14 p.m., Michael Cristobal Fostanes, 44, of Eleele.

Family abuse — 8:56 p.m., Oveta Gonzalez, 50, of Kilauea.

Harassment — 7:50 p.m., Lily Masue Morinaka, 51, of Hanamaulu.

Criminal contempt of court (three counts) — 3:03 p.m., Shaun Kelii Keahi Reis, 23, of Anahola.

April 21

Unauthorized control of a private vehicle (two counts), first-degree burglary (two counts) — 2:50 p.m., Timothy Michael Buechler, 37, of Princeville.

First-degree criminal property damage — 10:30 a.m., Courtney Kapiolani Chandler, 18, of Anahola.

Criminal contempt of court — 7:05 p.m., Timothy Loyd Conwill, 45, of Lihu‘e.

Third-degree assault — 12:30 a.m., Matthew Kahele Gayagas, 22, of Kalaheo.

Criminal contempt of court (six counts) — 7:05 p.m., Ray Kuna Harada, Jr., 36, of Lihu‘e.

Second-degree criminal property damage — 7:55 p.m., Gad Kaleo Hookano, 32, of Hanapepe.

Criminal contempt of court — 9:45 p.m., Channel Kakealani Jerves, 23, of Hanamaulu.

Criminal contempt of court, failure to appear in court — 8:25 p.m., David James Leslie, 44, of Kailua.

Third-degree assault — 12:12 a.m., Jonathan Shoji Rellin, 20, of Lihu‘e.

Violation of an order of protection (five counts) — 2:55 p.m., Noelle Marie Thompson, 44, of Anahola.

Simple Trespassing — 12:00 p.m., Halley Yeckel, 65, of Koloa.

April 22

Criminal contempt of court (two counts) — 12:30 p.m., Glenn Austin Alquiza, 23, of Koloa.

Criminal contempt of court — 4:50 p.m., Tyler Thomas Bare, 21, of Koloa.

Third-degree sexual assault — 1:15 p.m., Timothy Michael Buechler, 37, of Princeville.

Unauthorized entrance into a vehicle — 11:15 a.m., Janine Katherina Canales, 34, of Kapa‘a.

Unlawful fishing of Samoan crabs — 10:00 a.m., Geomar Blaze Cantorna, 31, of Lihu‘e.

Inattentive driving — 3:00 p.m., Tiffanie Rae Naleionapuanani Duarte, 21, of Pearl City.

Revocation/modification of probation — 8:00 p.m., Alika Monett Parks, 28, of Kalaheo.

Criminal contempt of court (four counts) — 5:35 p.m., Tracy Pope, 28, of Waimea.

First-degree terroristic threat (two counts), possessing a weapon without proper permit, unlawful place to keep weapon, ownership/possession of a prohibited weapon — 2:10 p.m., Patrick Allen Rita, 42, of Kalaheo.

Criminal contempt of court — 6:10 p.m., Keoni Andreas Tin, 19, of Koloa.

April 24

Criminal contempt of court (two counts) — 1:55 p.m., Melodie Pua Nani Domingo, 42, of Makaweli.

Criminal contempt of court — 11:00 a.m., William Yoshiharu Ouye, 45, of Kapa‘a.

Third-degree theft — 12:59 p.m., Kenneth Ernest Rapozo, 37, of Koloa.

Third-degree assault — 11:55 a.m., Helena Gina Romano Unger, 61, of Kalaheo.

April 25

Second-degree burglary, second-degree theft — 3:48 a.m., Joshua Isaac Baptiste, 20, of Eleele.

Second-degree burglary, second-degree theft, possession of burglar’s tools — 4:04 a.m., Vicente Kote Kapika Hilario, 21, of Anahola.

Second-degree burglary, second-degree theft, possession of burglar’s tools, criminal contempt of court — 4:00 a.m., Terence Olsen Isom, 29, of Kapa‘a.

Second-degree burglary, second-degree theft, possession of burglar’s tools, criminal contempt of court — 4:27 a.m., Kirk Darin Kruzan, Jr., 22, of Kapa‘a.

Second-degree forgery, fraudulent use of a credit card, theft or forgery of a credit card (two counts) — 10:00 a.m., Anthony Marcell Broussard, 24, of Lihu‘e.

Criminal contempt of court, revoked or modified probation (two counts) — 9:45 p.m., Maurlene Leone Gaspar, 42, of Honolulu.

Failure to appear in court — 12:30 p.m., Lance Conrad Mizumoto, 50, of Kalaheo.

First-degree terroristic threatening — 2:50 p.m., Joaquin Cadiz Visaya, 71, of Kekaha.

April 26

Family abuse — 8:55 a.m., Wayne Morris Asuncion, 46, of Kapa‘a.

Criminal contempt of court, first-degree burglary, unauthorized entry into a dwelling — 5:50 p.m., Jeremy Ray Kawika Chinen, 21, of Kekaha.

Third-degree assault — 3:05 p.m., Monique Imberski, 38, of Lihu‘e.

Criminal contempt of court — 3:13 p.m., Rhoda Shigeko Lacaden, 35, of Kapa‘a.

Fourth-degree criminal property damage — 12:46 a.m., James Robert Langtad, 28, of Kapa‘a.

Second-degree criminal tampering — 4:50 p.m., Keena Kawehi Myles McCullen, 23, of Kapa‘a.

Family abuse — 4:30 a.m., John Arthur Rosario, 37, of Kapa‘a.

April 27

Driving under the influence of an intoxicant — 2:02 a.m., George Anthony Alfiler, 27, of Kapa‘a.

Fourth-degree criminal property damage, family abuse — 6:28 p.m., Bryan Wayne Blair, 42, of Kapa‘a.

• 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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