Police arrest 10 in islandwide sweep

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    William Pauline Barretto

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    Schon McNanna

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    Nicole Jeffus

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    Michael Nakamoto

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    Kaikane Sherman

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    Josiah Perroud

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    Julia Padilla

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    Jeremy Manibog

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    David James Rodger

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    Chavez Enrique

LIHUE — Kauai police arrested 10 people with outstanding warrants on Wednesday, during an operation aimed at locating defendants wanted by the court.

According to a Kauai Police Department news release, the following people on 14 different warrants totaled over $127,000 in bail:

Josiah Perroud, 31, of Haena, was arrested on a grand jury warrant for robbery in the first degree and terroristic threatening in the first degree.

David James Rodger, 41, of Wainiha, was arrested on a warrant for theft in the second degree and driving with a suspended license.

Schon McNanna, 26, of Kapaa, was arrested on multiple warrants for violation of conditions of release on bail.

Jeremy Manibog, 25, of Kapaa, was arrested on a warrant for burglary in the second degree.

Michael Nakamoto, 22, of Lihue, was arrested on a warrant for violation of conditions of release on bail.

William Pauline Barretto, 26, of Kapaa, was arrested on a warrant for violation of conditions of release on bail.

Kaikane Sherman, 40, of Lawai, was arrested on warrants for two counts of criminal contempt and abuse of a family member.

Chavez Enrique, 28, of Anahola, was arrested on a warrant for abuse of a family member.

Julia Padilla, 26, of Kapaa, was arrested on a warrant for revocation, modification of probation.

Nicole Jeffus, 38, of Lihue, was arrested on a warrant for revocation, modification of probation.

“I would like to commend the patrol officers for taking the initiative to conduct this sweep, as it highlights their commitment to making our community safer,” said KPD Chief Todd Raybuck in a press releae. “Warrant service is a high-risk operation because it often involves individuals who have committed violent crimes and have shown a disregard to comply with the conditions placed upon them by the courts.”

1 Comments
  1. Kauaidoug January 18, 2020 9:15 am Reply

    Talk about a motley Crew. Glad they’re off the streets! Now go get some more.


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