01-26-15 Man arrested for charges related to car break-ins in Kona

Hawaiʻi Police Department
Criminal Investigations Section, Area II
Lieutenant Gerald Wike
Phone: 326-4646, Ext. 266
Report No. C15001634

 

Media Release

A Captain Cook man wanted for questioning in connection with several vehicle break-ins has been arrested and charged with 21 offenses.

The cars, which were parked along Queen Kaʻahumanu Highway near the 81-mile marker, were broken into on January 16.

On Friday (January 23), Kona Patrol officers made a traffic stop on 19-year-old Dyllan Kaiehu Paulo-Leslie in Captain Cook and arrested him on suspicion of driving without a license and driving without insurance. He was taken to the Kona police cellblock while detectives from the Area II Criminal Investigations Section investigated additional offenses.

On Saturday (January 24), detectives charged him with driving without a license, driving without insurance, unauthorized control of a propelled vehicle, three counts of unauthorized entry of a motor vehicle, four counts of theft, three counts of fraudulent use of a credit card, two counts of theft/forgery of a credit card and three counts of possession of unauthorized personal information. He was also charged with promoting a dangerous drug, promoting a detrimental drug and possession of drug paraphernalia for items found in his backpack during a previous arrest on January 12. His bail was set at $35,025.

He was held at the cellblock until his initial court appearance on Monday (January 26).


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