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WCCC inmates fail to return from furlough day passes

Cheryl Nihoa Cheryl Nihoa
Jorelyn Pacariem Jorelyn Pacariem

Authorities are searching for Women's Community Correctional Center inmates Cheryl Nihoa and Jorelyn Pacariem after they failed to return from their furlough passes.

State Sheriffs and Honoulu Police were notified in both instances.

Furlough inmate Cheryl Nihoa failed to return to the facility from her furlough day pass on April 7. She was scheduled to return at 6:15 p.m.

Nihoa was serving time for assault and drug-related charges. Escape 2 is expected to be added. Her next parole hearing was scheduled for September of this year.

Nihoa is classified as community custody which is the lowest custody level. The 32-year-old is described as 5'3” tall, weighs 142 lbs. and has brown hair and brown eyes.

Furlough inmate Jorelyn Pacariem failed to return to the facility from her furlough day pass on March 19. She left in the morning and was scheduled to return by 2:30 p.m.

Pacariem was serving time for drug-related charges as well as forgery and I.D. theft. Escape 2 is expected to be added as a new charge. Her next parole hearing was scheduled for July of this year.

Pacariem is classified as community custody which is the lowest custody level. The 37-year-old is described as 5'2”, weighs 140 lbs. and has brown hair and brown eyes.

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