Crime Statistics

Vehicles Thefts & Break-ins on Maui Oct 16-22, 2011

November 5, 2011, 11:30 PM HST
* Updated November 6, 2:11 AM
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By Wendy Osher

File Graphic, by Wendy Osher.

There were a total of 17 vehicle thefts and 10 vehicle break-ins on Maui in the third week of October.

The incidents were spread over different areas of the island between October 16th and 22nd.

The highest concentration was in West Maui where seven thefts occurred in Lahaina and five break-ins were reported in Kaanapali over seven days.

A complete run-down of incidents is listed below:




Vehicle thefts:

  • Tuesday, 10/18/11, 6:34 a.m.: Kaanapali Shores Place at Mahana.  1992 Red Honda Accord LAP571

Vehicle break-ins:

  • Wednesday, 10/19/11, 3 p.m.: Halawai Drive.  2099 Blue Ford F150.  Theft-1.
  • Wednesdsay, 10/19/11, 8 p.m.:  Lower Honoapiilani Road at Kaanapali Shores.  2010 Black Dodge Charger.  Theft-1.
  • Wednesday, 10/19/11, 11 a.m.: Lower Honoapiilani Road at Kaanapali Shores.  2010 Black Dodge Charger.  Theft-1
  • Wednesday, 10/19/11, 5 p.m.:  Halawai Drive at Executive Transportation.  2004  Blue Chevy Avalanche.  Theft-1
  • Wednesday, 10/19/11, 2:15 p.m.:  Kai Malino Parkway at Honua Kai Resort & Spa.  2003 Silver Jeep Wrangler.  Thef-1



Vehicle thefts:

  • Friday, 10/21/11, 7 a.m.: Kuihelani Highway and South Puunene Avenue.  1990 White Nissan Hardbody LAJ041
  • Saturday, 10/22/11, 9:30 p.m.: South Lanai Street, parked within the yard.  1986 Brown Toyota SR5, MME732, RECOVERED


Vehicle thefts:

  • Thursday, 10/20/11, 10:19 p.m.: Uwapo Road at Kihei Villages. 1995 Red Honda Civic, NVG843, RECOVERED

Vehicle Break-ins:

  • Monday, 10/17/11, 11:54 a.m.: South Kihei Road at Waipuilani Park.  2004 Gray Honda Civic.  Theft-1


Vehicle thefts:

  • Sunday, 10/16/11, 7:20 a.m.: Front Street, rear parking lot. 2009 Light Blue Vespa LX-50 MOPED 7
  • Sunday, 10/16/11, 10 p.m.: Ipukula Way.  2010 Silver CPI USA Moped, RECOVERED
  • Sunday, 10/16/11 11 p.m.: Pualei Drive.  1995 White Honda Accord, MPV781
  • Monday, 10/17/11, 2 p.m.: Dickenson Street at Republic Parking Northwest.  2002 Silver Ford Explorer, MRJ806, RECOVERED
  • Thursday, 10/20/11, 1:37 p.m.: Honoapiilani Highway, Milepost 14.  2011 Beige Chevy Malibu, LBT938, RECOVERED
  • Friday, 10/21/11, 6 p.m.: Kuuipo Street, within open garage.  2001 Green Nissan Sentra, MGV358. RECOVERED
  • Saturday, 10/22/11, 6 p.m.: Kahili Place, fronting residence.  1997 Gray Honda Accord, MDB200

Vehicle break-ins:

  • Sunday, 10/16/11, 1:16 p.m.: Honoapiilani Highway near Milepost 14.  2011 Silver Chevy Malibu, Theft-1


Vehicle breakins:

  • Monday, 10/17/11, 8:20 a.m.:  Maalaea Road, at the Maui Ocean Center.  2009 Blue Toyota SUV.  Theft-1
  • Monday, 10/17/11, 6:30 a.m.:  Maalaea Road, at the Maui Ocean Neter.  2006 Black Isuzu I-350 pickup.  Theft-1




Vehicle thefts:

  • Tuesdsay, 10/18/11 11:31 p.m.: Kuhina Place. 1987 Blue Toyota Camry MGZ992
  • Sunday, 10/16/11, 2 p.m.: Olinda Road.  2007 White Yamaha YZ 250 Dirt Bike, Theft-2


Vehicle thefts:

  • Sunday, 10/16/11, 10 p.m.:  Lower Honoapiilani Road.  1992 Black Toyota Hilux, MYF643


Vehicle thefts:

  • Wednesday, 10/19/11, 10:37 a.m.:  Wailea Alanui Drive at the Palms at Wailea.  1997 Green Ford Explorer, MDF099


Vehicle thefts:

  • Tuesday, 10/18/11, 5:20 a.m.: Liholiho Street at Sugar Town Suites. 2003 Blue Suzuki DRZ400 Enduro-style motorcycle, 250MVH
  • Saturday, 10/22/11, 10 a.m.: Liholiho Street.  1992 White Honda Accord, MVW277

Vehicle break-ins:

  • Tuesday, 10/18/11, 10:30 a.m.: Maui Ocean Center.  2009 Cream Chrysler four-door sedan.  Theft-1

*** The information is provided as a service to the public, as a way to heighten community awareness of police response in respective communities.

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