Kona Area Property Crime Report | May 18 to 24


Editor’s note: This log of property crimes reported in the Kona District is a regular feature of West Hawaii Today and is compiled using Hawaii Police Department records. The department considers North and South Kona one district.

Burglaries

May 19, the Nasturtium Cafe in South Kona reported unknown person(s) entered the establishment but did not remove any items.

May 23, a woman reported that while sunbathing at the Royal Kona Resort her purse containing cash, a room key and two credit cards was taken. Upon returning to her room, the woman noticed her room had been entered and her wallet containing a diver’s license and three additional credit cards was taken.

Vehicle theft

None

Theft from vehicle

None

Theft

May 18, avocados were reported stolen in the area of 75-5200 Mamalahoa Highway in North Kona.

May 19, a Q-see video surveillance camera mounted on a wall was reported stolen from Kona Pacific Farmers Cooperative in South Kona.

May 19, a 23-year-old man reported stolen his backpack that he left at Reyes by the Sea in Kona. The backpack contained miscellaneous ID cards, a catheter and a .45 caliber “Witness” brand semi-automatic pistol.

May 22, a sledge hammer, hand pliers and an impact drill were reported from a construction site in the area of 75-5600 Kuakini Hwy. in North Kona.