UPDATE: Jason Kime was arrested on January 27, 2010 in the Pearl City area.
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - He was convicted of three burglaries on Oahu. But he violated his probation and is now on the run. Jason Kime has a long rap and he is the fugitive in this week's Wanted Wednesday profile.
March 11, 2008. A home on Lanikeha Place in Pearl City was burglarized. A few weeks later a home on Auhuhu Street was also broken into.
"There was no suspects at the time, but fingerprints were recovered from the scene and submitted into evidence. Fingerprints came back and in both cases identified Jason," said Kim Buffett of CrimeStoppers.
Before officers could catch 23-year-old Jason Kime, a third home was burglarized on Komo Mai Drive on June 24, 2008. A man saw someone entering his neighbor's backyard and called police.
"Officers checked the house and found that the glass sliding door and louvers from a window in the back had been removed and entry was made into the house," said Buffett.
As they investigated, another neighbor told officers he saw a man running down the street into the backyard of a house on Aaniu Loop.
"Positively identified by witnesses and arrested for burglary. He was found hiding under a metal planter," said Buffett.
Kime was convicted of all three burglaries in November 2008. But he failed to comply with his probation and is now wanted for three $20,000 cash only warrants.
He's 5'9", weighs 170 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes. He has a tattoo of a cross on his upper back.
"He hangs out in the Pearl City, Waipahu areas and he has eight prior convictions. They're for burglaries, drug paraphernalia, deadly weapon, harassments," said Buffett.
Helping police catch him could put up to $1000 in your wallet. Jason Kime is this week's Wanted Wednesday fugitive.
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