Hawaiʻi police have charged a 23-year-old Kailua-Kona man in connection to a series of break-ins that occurred in the Kailua-Kona location in the course of the early morning hours of Tuesday.

Kahuilakane Abraham-Young

At roughly four:56 a.m., Kona patrol officers responded to a reported break-in at a organization establishment situated on the 75-5600 block of Kopiko Street. Responding officers determined that money stored inside the organization had been removed. It was later discovered that a neighboring organization had also been broken into and money and other things had been removed from that organization.

Later on, the exact same day at roughly 9:30 a.m., officers responded to yet another organization in the exact same location for yet another reported break-in. The personnel of this organization reported that a storage shed was broken into and tools have been taken. Whilst conducting their investigation into that break-in, police say an owner of a separate neighboring organization reported that his organization had also been broken into. The owner of the organization reported that money had also been removed from the establishment.

Investigating officers have been capable to receive video surveillance footage from numerous corporations in the location and identified the suspect as 23-year-old Kahuilakane Abraham-Young of Kailua-Kona. Officers canvassed the location, situated Abraham-Young in the surrounding location, and took him into custody for second-degree suspicion of burglary and an outstanding warrant.

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With the help of a Detective from the Location II Criminal Investigation Section, Kona patrol officers continued their investigation into the break-ins. For the duration of their investigation, things believed to be stolen from the corporations, and three.four grams of methamphetamine, have been recovered.

On Wednesday, immediately after conferring with the Workplace of the Prosecuting Lawyer, Abraham-Young was charged with 3 counts of second-degree burglary and 1 count every single of third-degree promotion of a harmful drug and habitual home crime. The charge of habitual home crime stems from prior convictions of home crime offenses inside the final ten years

Abraham-Young created his initial court look on Thursday in Kona District Court exactly where he was granted supervised release and ordered to return to court on April six.

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Anybody who might have info with regards to these incidents that occurred in the course of the early morning hours of March 14, 2023, in the location of Kopiko Street, is encouraged to get in touch with Officer Andrew Padilla at 808-935-3311 or through e mail at [email protected].

Tipsters who choose to stay anonymous might get in touch with the islandwide Crime Stoppers quantity at 808-961-8300 and might be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.

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