A Maui man is reported missing after he failed to return home following an arrest and court appearance for trespassing this week.
Maui Police say 36 year-old Cristian Maggio was arrested for Criminal Trespass in the First Degree in Lahaina Tuesday. Yesterday, Maggio was transferred to Wailuku District Court and later released at approximately 2 p.m.
A friend reported Maggio missing after he failed to returned home upon his release.
Police checked with Wailuku Receiving Desk, Maui Memorial Medical Center, Maui Community Correctional Center, place of employment and friends, however, was unable to locate the man.
He was last seen leaving Wailuku Court House, wearing red shorts, white t-shirt and black slippers.
Anyone with information regarding Christian MAGGIO is asked to contact the Maui Police Department Non-Emergency number at 808-244-6400, 911 if it is an emergency or contact Detective Shane Yoshizawa at 270-4352 (Monday thru Friday from 7:45 a.m. to 04:30 p.m.).
WAILUKU – The County of Maui Dept. of Environmental Management, Solid Waste Division, announces that all County of Maui refuse routes on Molokai were canceled today, Wednesday, Oct. 7, and will be picked up tomorrow or Friday.
The unplanned delay was due to emergency repairs to the island’s primary rear loader truck while the backup truck was also undergoing repair. The Solid Waste Division apologizes for the inconvenience, and would like to inform the community that a replacement truck that had previously been budgeted and ordered is expected to arrive within the next month to provide for improved sustainable service to the Molokai community.
The incident happened at 3:57 p.m. Monday. Molokai emergency personnel responded to the scene, located on the west side of the island.
Alavazo was treated at the scene by Maui Fire Department and Emergency Medical Services personnel before being transported to the Molokai Airport where he was flown to the Maui Memorial Medical Center in Critical Condition. MPD says Alavazo was in the company of two friends, both Molokai residents, at the time of the shooting. Molokai Police did recover the gun that was involved in this incident.
At 1:23 p.m., Tuesday, the young man was pronounced dead at the Maui Memorial Medical Center. Alavazo was from Maunaloa, Molokai.
Molokai Police are continuing with their investigation into this case which has been classified as a Miscellaneous Accident.
Hawaii – The Hawai’i Small Business Administration (SBA) has opened nominations for the prestigious SBA Small Business Awards for 2016. The annual SBA Small Business Awards continue to be the most competitive, comprehensive and visible awards presented to small businesses in the state.
With a record of recognizing excellence in small business for more than three decades, past SBA winners have included outstanding small companies such as Island Naturals Market, PacRim Marketing, Green Point Nurseries, Hoaloha Na Eha dba Old Lahaina Luau, Big Island Candies, Maui Brewing, and many others.
Washington, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senators Maria Cantwell (D-Wash), Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska), and Brian Schatz (D-Hawai‘i) announced their tsunami detection and warning systems legislation unanimously passed the Senate. The bill reauthorizes and enhances tsunami preparedness and increases investment in research to protect coastal communities.
WAILUKU – The Dept. of Parks and Recreation announces that the Coach Spencer Shiraishi Memorial Pool in Kahului will be closed Saturday, Oct. 10, for maintenance and deep cleaning. Wailuku, Kokua and Sakamoto Central pools will be open from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. for public swim.
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