Police investigating potential homicide in Wailua

WAILUA — Kauai police are investigating a potential homicide after a Kauai woman was found dead near the shoreline behind Wailua Golf Course on Thursday morning.

Her identity has not yet been released.

According to police, a bystander was walking along the shoreline of the beach area known as Kitchens around 6 a.m., when she discovered the victim’s unresponsive body and called 911.

Detectives are investigating the cause of the victim’s death.

Anyone with information on this incident is urged to call Assistant Chief of the Investigative Services Bureau Bryson Ponce at 241-1681 or Police Dispatch at 241-1711. Those wishing to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers Kaua‘i at 246-8300.

3 Comments
  1. Joe Public February 14, 2019 3:00 pm Reply

    Is there a Crime Stoppers number too? Why all press releases that come out it lists Ponces name? It used to have the Lead Detective as the contact person…looks like someone wants face time..


  2. OhNo February 14, 2019 4:18 pm Reply

    Kpd the uneducated/undereducated overpaid flashlights will cover this up.

    Feds needs to be all over this. Remember the female in pigs that was dropped off beaten beyond recognition?

    Kpd public announcement was an unattended death due to overdose. She was scheduled for a TRO court hearing in a week. The subject was a former kpd Officer/convicted rapist.

    This is bad news and kpd will cover it up like the 20 unsolved murders.

    County officials who care should request federal assistance evasive an inept police Dept is not going to help.

    Oh No! Feds Help Please.


  3. ruthann jones February 15, 2019 5:57 am Reply

    agreed…the KPD have thugs in their employ that need to be brought to the light of day. Harassing old haoles for starters.


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