07-13-18 Kamuela drug arrests

Hawaiʻi Police Department
Vice Section, Area II
Detective Sean Smith
Phone: (808) 326-4646 ext. 311
Report No.  C18019322

 

 

 

Media Release

On Wednesday, (July 11), at approximately 8:00 a.m., Area II Vice officers, and Special Enforcement Unit officers executed a search warrant at a residence off Puu Pohu Place in Kamuela. Officers recovered 51 grams of suspected crystal methamphetamine, 9 grams of marijuana, a digital scale, empty zip-packets and a loaded 40 caliber pistol. As a result, officers arrested 42-year-old Stacey Veincent of Kamuela, 24-year-old Mokihana Veincent (Luis) of Kamuela, 56-year-old Larry Luis of Puna and 35-year-old Jamie Jason of Puna. 

Stacey Veincent was arrested and charged for the promotion of a dangerous drug in the first degree, possession of prohibited weapons, two counts of ownership/possession prohibited and possession of a firearm with intent to facilitate the commission of a felony. Veincent was also arrested and charged for two $20,000 bench warrants.

Mokihana Veincent was arrested and charged for the promotion of a dangerous drug in the first degree, registration of a firearm, possession of prohibited weapons and possession of a firearm with intent to facilitate the commission of a felony.

Larry Luis was arrested for promotion of a detrimental drug in the third degree and released pending further investigation.

Jamie Jason was arrested for promotion of a dangerous drug in the third degree and released pending further investigation.

After conferring with prosecutors, Stacey Veincent and Mokihana Veincent were charged for their offenses. Their bail was set at $200,000 and $22,500, respectively.

 


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