UPDATE: Cristian Maggio has been found. He is safe and in good health, according to an MPD press release.
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.).
1:45 p.m. UPDATE: Kahunanui has been found safe and in good health.
Police are requesting your assistance regarding Missing Person, Charles Kahunanui of Lahaina.
A family member reported Kahunanui missing after he failed to return home last Saturday, October 3. Kahunanui lives in Lahaina and frequents Lahaina town area. He was last seen wearing a white tank top and black board shorts. He is described as a 45 year-old male, 6’0, 190 lbs., brown eyes and brown hair. He has several tattoos including “Hawaiian”, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaiian flag, names on chest and a tribal arm band.
Anyone with information is please asked to contact the Maui Police Department Non-emergency number at 808-244-6400, if an emergency 911 or Detective Garret Tihada at 808-661-0559.
Police are requesting assistance in locating Missing Person, Thomas Warren Hansen.
Thiss past Saturday, October 3, Hansen was reported missing by a family member, after being unable to make contact with him. The last reported phone contact with Hansen was on September 20. Hansen lives on a boat moored off of Mala Wharf, Lahaina. He is known to frequent the Lahaina town area.
He is described as a Caucasian male, 5’11”, 168 lbs., white hair, and blue eyes. Hansen is known to his friends by “Sailor Tom” and “Tom Beard.” Anyone with information is asked to please contact the Maui Police Department Non-Emergency number at 808-244-6400 or Detective Brandon Koyama at 808-661-0559.
A veteran Maui Police officer has been arrested and charged with Second Degree Theft.
At about 6:38 p.m. Thursday, 6:38 p.m., 26 year-old Anthony Maldonado of Makawao was placed under arrest for the offense of Theft in the Second Degree.
Maldonado has been a sworn police officer with the Maui Police Department with just under five years of service. He was released pending further investigation. In addition, an Administrative Investigation was initiated and the he was placed on leave.
No further details have been released in the crime or the arrest.
The Maui Police Department Wailuku Patrol Division and elements of the Juvenile Crime Prevention Division have been investigating an Unauthorized Entry Into A Motor Vehicle case, where video footage was posted all over social media.
With the assistance of the public and through investigation, several juvenile males were identified in this case.
Three male juveniles have been arrests as a result of this investigation; a fifteen year-old from Makawao and sixteen year-old and thirteen year-old from Haiku.
The investigation is still ongoing. Video clips boldly posted by local youth have gone viral. MauiWatch has featured one posted by three boys who refer to themselves as “Con3 Boys.”
The Maui Police Department appreciates all of the help and assistance we have received from the community for this case.
The Maui Police Department and elements of the Juvenile Crime Prevention Division have been investigating a Second Degree Theft case. The case occurred on September 12 at about 4 p.m. at Lahainaluna High School.
With the cooperation of the staff of King Kekaulike High School and the community of Maui, the Maui Police Department has been able to address this incident.
Four juvenile males from the Varsity King Kekaulike High School Football team were identified as being involved in this theft.
Most of the items taken in this incident have been recovered. No further information is available at this time. Student identities will not be released.
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