Seven individuals were arrested earlier this month during a joint-agency warrant sweep in South Kohala.
On April 19, a team of officers from various units within the Hawaii Police Department and the U.S. Marshals Service conducted a warrant sweep in the South Kohala district resulting in the arrest of seven individuals wanted on a total of 11 outstanding warrants, according to the Hawaii Police Department.
The suspects were wanted for a range of crimes including terroristic threatening, criminal property theft, and promotion of a dangerous drug. In all, the seven were arrested for five felony warrants, four criminal contempt warrants, and two failure-to-appear warrants. Combined bail totaled $25,650.
Arrested were Kenson Kimi, Isaac Paulino-Pawai, Kauahauoli Mailolo-Sears, Marjorie Bento, Sarah Batalona, Mana Garmon-Pagan and Franszell Soares, according to police.
Anyone with any information relative to the whereabouts of other wanted fugitives should call the department’s nonemergency line at (808) 935-3311, or contact South Kohala Patrol Sgt. Thomas Chun-Ming, via email at Thomas.Chun-Ming@hawaiicounty.gov or by calling (808) 887-3080.