LIHUE — A Fifth Circuit grand jury last week returned two indictments charging Kevin Boggs, Leona Boggs and Nicholas McPeek with a total of 33 charges pertaining to multiple incidents in January, according to a statement issued Monday by the county prosecuting attorney’s office.
Kevin Boggs was indicted on multiple charges related to events that allegedly took place Jan. 6 and Jan. 13 for illegal firearm possession, terroristic threatening and assault, as well as charges related to motor vehicle theft and drug possession.
McPeek was charged in the same indictment on counts related to gun and ammunition possession, terroristic threatening, kidnapping, robbery and accomplice to assault and car theft.
In the second indictment, the grand jury charged Kevin and Leona Boggs with seven charges alleged to have taken place on Jan. 17, including two counts of promoting a dangerous drug in the third degree, two counts of first degree theft, and three counts of prohibited possession of a firearm or ammunition.
McPeek is being held on $100,000 in bail. Leona Boggs is being held on $100,000 in bail. Kevin Boggs is being held on $2 million in bail. Kevin Boggs is also being held on an additional total of $175,000 in bail for other cases and charges.
The stolen vehicle from the Jan. 6 incident has not yet been recovered and Kauai police are seeking the public’s help in locating it. The vehicle is described as a 2007 gray Ford F-150 truck, with license plate number KBD 381.
Anyone with information about the vehicle’s whereabouts is urged to call Police Dispatch at 241-1711.