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Wanted Wednesday Update: Bronson Kauihana

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Police arrested Bronson Kauihana Wednesday afternoon at 84-178 Orange Street for his $20,000 probation revocation warrant.

The arrest was based on a tip from the public.


 HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow)-On October 22, 2002, a Maili man heard dogs barking on his neighbor's enclosed property around 11 p.m.

"He went outside to check and saw that a male was hunched over his neighbor's window," said CrimeStoppers' Kim Buffett. "He called out to the male, the male fled. He gave chase and observed the man hand a television set over the fence to another male."

Both men got into a Ford MPV, and the witness called police with the license plate number. An all points bulletin went out, and officers later stopped the vehicle on Huamoa Street.

"Both males were positively identified," said Buffett. "The passenger was identified as Kauihana and was placed under arrest for burglary in the first degree."

Now Bronson Kauihana is wanted for a $20,000 warrant for violating his probation. He's described as 5'11", 160 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.

"He has six prior convictions and they are for burglary, driving without a license, and other probation revocation warrants," said Buffett.

The 29-year-old is known to frequent the Waianae area. Helping police catch him could put up to $1,000 in your wallet. Bronson Kauihana is this week's Wanted Wednesday fugitive.

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