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KEALIA — Firefighters extinguished a structure fire that broke out in Kealia on Saturday night.
The occupant was not home at the time, and no injuries were reported.
At approximately 9:40 p.m., Kaiakea firefighters were dispatched to a house on fire on Kaao Road, in Kealia.
Once on scene, firefighters found a one-bedroom residential unit fully engulfed in flames.
Firefighters contained the fire and it was fully extinguished by approximately 10:10 p.m.
Fire inspectors estimate damages to the structure and its contents to be roughly $75,000.
Red Cross disaster volunteers headed to the scene Sunday to ensure any immediate emergency needs for food, shelter and clothing are met.
Caseworkers will continue to follow up with anyone affected in the coming weeks to provide referrals, guidance or additional assistance as needed to help with the recovery process.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
The one bedroom rental has been identified as a drug dealing stash house for years to Kpd, crime stoppers, Drug Nuisance Abatement Unit, and others but it was protected by the corrupt judicial system on Kauai.
It was a big health and safety concern because it flooded Kauai with meth and heroin and the dealers still operate in the neighborhood without any fear of being arrested and prosecuted.
If you don’t believe then check out the records on who rented there and how many times they’ve been busted for selling drugs all over the east side and Northshore of Kauai.
Fact check on the rental several heroin overdoses and a heroin sickness that caused a suicide last year by a former renter and customer to the dealers. Who does the rental belong to and what family ties do they have?
Kauai is out of control and those sworn an oath to protect and serve ate doing so for the criminals for profits and side cash. Ask yourselves why Kpd has to pay their Officer extra $2-3/HR for good conduct pay? What other Dept or private sector pays it’s employees good conduct pay?
Probably arson for an insurance claim as an early Christmas present. The usual suspects.
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