Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-07-20 15:07:55 –
A 24-year-old Cow man facing car theft and other crimes was released under surveillance on Friday.
Oceanview Lane Turner first appeared in the Kona District Court on Friday, during which time deputy public defender James Greenberg announced a special appearance seeking release under supervision. Deputy Prosecutor Charles Murray demanded that bail be maintained at $ 11,500.
Judge Robert Kludel then granted Turner’s release and ordered him to return to court for a preliminary hearing on July 29. During the preliminary hearing, the state works to show that there are reasons that may support the prosecution.
Turner has been charged with one tampering with a propulsion vehicle, three counts of one breach into a car, three counts of property tampering, and possession of a felony of confidential personal information.
According to Hawaii, Kona’s patrol officer patrols on Kaleio Papa Street in the Keauhou Small Boat Harbor area after observing the white-colored Toyota Tacoma with an oversized red camper parked in the area. He was detained on Monday at the police station. Checking the vehicle’s license plate revealed that it had been reported stolen from the Hawaiian Ocean View Estate parcel between July 7th and 8th.
Police officers observed a man, later identified as Turner, sitting in the driver’s seat. He was arrested for two criminal contempts, contempt of court and unauthorized control of the propulsion vehicle, and was transferred to the Kealakehe police station while the detectives of the Area II Criminal Investigation Division continued their investigation.
After executing a search warrant for a stolen vehicle, the detective reportedly had three separate car incidents in the Kona district, which consists of the physical districts of North Kona and South Kona. Collected items taken during the intrusion.
Turner appeared on Tuesday’s first criminal insult warrant for contempt of court and entered his acquittal. The defense demanded a release under surveillance, and the state did not oppose it, but Judge Joseph Florend kept the bail at $ 500.
He also appeared on Tuesday for a second insult warrant. It was issued when Turner did not appear on contempt of court in June in connection with an unauthorized intrusion into a car case in April. In that case, Florend ordered him to return on July 26 and enter his plea.
He remained in custody at the Hawaii Community Correction Center as of Friday.
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