Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-05-29 01:51:27 –
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Honolulu (KHON2) — Kauai police arrested Anahola’s 34-year-old Samsung Contrades and Anahola’s 32-year-old Capella Wipe Oro Careware Mahi on Monday, May 24, on suspicion of first-class robbery.
According to police, Contrades and Keaweamahi are suspected of breaking into Anahora’s vacation rentals between 11:00 am and 4:40 pm on Sunday, May 23.
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Victims of the robbery reported to police that some personal belongings had been lost. Police identified Contrades and Keaweamahi as suspects and carried out a search warrant at their residence on Monday.
According to Kawai police, a search for their home resulted in the recovery of some of the stolen goods. Police arrested Contrades and Keaweamahi and returned several items to some of the victims.
Bail was released on bail for $ 110,500 and Careware Mahi was released on bail in the Kauai police cell for $ 110,000. They were then transferred to the Kaui Community Orthodontic Center.
Authorities have stated that a preliminary hearing in this case has not been set up as of Friday, May 28. Investigation is ongoing.
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