Deal nets woman probation
WAILUKU-A woman aged 19, who broke into an auto parts store and the home of a woman was sentenced to five years probation Tuesday on a law allowing for the first time, probation offenses drug-related property offenders and drug treatment instead of jail.
Second Circuit Judge Joseph Cardoza sentenced Christy-Ann K. Keahi under a plea agreement and ordered to serve 90 days in jail, which has already ended.
Keahi was also ordered to pay $ 8,109 in restitution for the theft of items from a Pukalani residence and was told to stay away from the residence and the woman who lives there. In addition, you should stay away from the Parts Plus store in Kahului Maui.
Deputy Prosecutor Mark Simonds said the victim in the robbery Pukalani still do not feel safe after the break and the loss of sentimental items, such as things to her late husband had given her.
“She lost her sense of security in their own home,” said Simonds.
Keahi said he expects no “waste this opportunity” time of probation and jail.
Keahi pleaded no contest to second-degree burglary and third-degree theft for an incident on September 6, 2009, where she and two others broke into the Parts Plus store in Kahului Maui and stole various tools and accessories, records court.
Keahi also pleaded no competition for unauthorized control of a propelled vehicle and second-degree theft for the incidents in August and September 2009, when the jewelry and a Buick sedan was stolen from a house Pukalani.
In an unrelated case, 32 years old, Trevor Hartgrave, Kauai, was sentenced Tuesday to five years probation and ordered to pay nearly $ 2,599 in restitution for his role in a series of fires at dawn Kihei in 2007.
Second Circuit Judge Richard Bissen ordered Hartgrave to serve 99 days in jail while giving him credit for time already served in jail.
Hartgrave pleaded no contest to a reduced charge of third-and fourth-degree fire for the events of June 4, 2007, court documents.
That day, a Maui metal disposal garbage was burned in the recycling center near Maui County Piilani Highway, an abandoned 1991 Hyundai car was burned and a brush fire ignited near Kamalii elementary school according to the documents.
Hartgrave was charged in connection with the fires, along with two other co-defendants, John P. Harper and Justin Haupt.
In 2008, Harper was sentenced to eight days in jail and five years probation, and Haupt was sentenced to two days in jail and one year of probation. Both men were ordered to serve 200 hours of community service.
In an earlier hearing, Hartgrave said formerly lived in Maui and had moved to Kauai.