Kona property crime report | March 29 to April 5


For the week of March 29 to April 5

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:

March 30, a purse and its contents, reported stolen in the area of 74-5100 Kealakaa St. in North Kona.

March 30, electronics reported stolen in the area of 75-5700 Kalawa St. in North Kona.

Stolen vehicles:

March 30, a red 2010 Toyota Matrix, license plate RJA-637, reported stolen near 74-5160 Kealakaa St., North Kona. The vehicle was later located.

March 31, a black Honda Ruckus mo-ped, license plate 301HNU, reported stolen near 75-300 Hualalai Road, North Kona.

March 31, a silver 2013 Nissan Altima, license plate ZAV-839, reported stolen on Likana Lane, North Kona. The vehicle was later located.

March 31, a white Sanyang mo-ped, license plate H34515, was reported stolen near 75-5800 Kuakini Highway.

March 31, a cream 1980 Chevy Chevelle, license HPE505, was reported stolen in the 79-7300 block of Mamalahoa Highway.

April 1, a red convertible Ford Mustang, license ZAS-975, was reported stolen on Kaupulehu Drive, within the Hualalai Resort property. The vehicle was later located.

April 2, a blue 1995 Nissan pickup truck, license ZAC461, was reported stolen near 75-5800 Alii Drive. The vehicle was later located.

April 3, a black Harley Davidson motorcycle, license 866-MVE, was reported stolen near 76-6100 Lehua Road, North Kona.

Theft from vehicle

March 30, unknown items taken during two vehicle break-ins at Makalawena Beach in North Kona.

March 31, a suitcase, dive gear, personal items and a handbag were taken from a vehicle near 75-5700 Alii Drive, North Kona.

March 31, electronics taken from a vehicle near 75-5600 Palani Road, North Kona.

March 31, a bag with contents taken from a vehicle on Likana Lane, North Kona.

April 2, a man reported being assaulted inside a vehicle on Mamalahoa Highway.