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November 19, 2020

Hawaiʻi Utilities Join Nationwide Effort to Alert Customers During Utility Scam Awareness Week

Local utilities across the state urge customers to remain vigilant as scam calls and phishing ramp up heading into the holidays. Scammers have become more prevalent during the COVID-19 pandemic as customers that depend on these essential services are targeted.
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October 27, 2020

Five Children Recovered in Joint Task Force Operation ‘Shine the Light’

Five teenagers have been recovered in "Shine the Light," a cooperative effort between federal, state and local agencies, including four non-profit organizations.
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June 05, 2020

Honolulu Police Respond to Rumors, Ensure Appropriate Action Where Warranted

The Honolulu Police Department shared information on their official Facebook and Twitter feeds this afternoon saying the department has received "multiple inquiries about social media posts saying that mainland agitators are on Oʻahu to participate in local protests." According to the Police Department's Tweet, "HPD is aware of the posts and will be taking appropriate actions where warranted." The HPD message went on to say that "There are also rumors about a medical facility being told to prepare for large numbers of injured protestors.  This rumor is false."
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January 19, 2020

2 Honolulu Police Officers Killed in Shooting

Maui County Mayor Michael Victorino extended condolences to friends and family members.
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April 28, 2019

Hirono Urges for Federal Funding to Clear Rape Kit Backlog

On a visit to the Honolulu Police Department Headquarters on Wednesday, Sen. Mazie K. Hirono highlighted the important role of federal funding in helping Hawaiʻi law enforcement clear a backlog of 1,500 untested rape kits statewide. In 2016, the Office of the Hawaiʻi Attorney General received a $2 million grant from the US Department of... Read more »
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August 12, 2010

FBI arrests nine people on mortgage fraud related charges, more arrests expected

Two sealed indictments were handed down yesterday by a Federal Grand Jury in Honolulu accusing 14 individuals with a variety of Mortgage Fraud-related charges.   “The defendants are accused of operating their mortgage businesses as fraud factories – creating false documents to dupe lenders into funding sham home purchases,” said Honolulu FBI Special Agent Tom Simon.... Read more »
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August 02, 2010

Transport of Kahuku Wind turbine components starts today August 2

Trucks begin the transport of turbine blades today to the new wind project site in Kahuku.  The deliveries from Kalaeloa Barbers Point to First Wind’s project site will continue through August and includes oversized trailers accompanied by a police escort.  First Wind broke ground on the wind project on July 13. When complete, the 30... Read more »
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January 13, 2009

ISLAND POLICE BRIEFS:

BIG ISLAND POLICE BRIEFS: BODY OF WOMAN FOUND FLOATING IDENTIFIED Hawaii Police Department Detectives have identified a woman found floating near the Hilo breakwater on December 28, 2008. She has been positively identified as 56-year-old Debra Giamario of  Hilo. On Thursday, January 8, an acquaintance of Giamario’s initiated a missing person report stating that the woman had... Read more »
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January 05, 2009

HPD RELEASES FIREWORK REPORT

The Honolulu Police Department released a report of fireworks related incidents over a week-long period that ended January 2nd. Officers in Honolulu responded to more than 1,361 fireworks related calls and issued citations to five adults and nine juveniles, mostly for setting off fireworks in prohibited areas. The department also arrested two people for selling... Read more »
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