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Big Island Police Report New Copper Thefts

Big Island police are investigating several thefts of heavy gauge copper cable from a business in Ka’u last month. The multi-weave copper cables stolen from the old South Point wind farm on South Point Road were about 40-feet long and 4- to 6-inches in diameter and covered with black plastic coating. Estimated value of the...
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Scavengers Stealing Batteries from Tsunami Sirens

Scavengers Stealing Batteries from Tsunami Sirens

The Honolulu City Department of Emergency Management has asked for the public’s help in monitoring outdoor warning sirens for vandalism and reporting any suspicious activity. Thieves have broken into the Haleiwa Beach Park siren and stolen batteries three times in the past several months. Other sirens have also been broken into and had batteries removed. These...
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Two Kona Men Charged with Felony Theft of Copper

Two Kona Men Charged with Felony Theft of Copper

Two Kona men arrested Monday (April 25) for theft of copper have been charged with felony offenses. Wednesday morning (April 27), detectives from the Area II Criminal Investigations Section charged 31-year-old Dallas Runyon and 48-year-old Gordon Kimo Lopes with theft of copper and attempted theft of copper. Both offenses are felonies. The men are being held...
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