HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Hawaii County police say they were able to keep a substantial amount of dangerous drugs off the streets after the arrest of a Puna man on Monday.
Officers arrested and charged Jordan Kaneshiro with numerous drug offenses after conducting a narcotics search at a residence in the Ainaloa subdivision in Pahoa.
During the search, police recovered about a pound of meth along with heroin and other drug paraphernalia. Police said that the drugs are estimated to cost more than $21,000.
Officers also found more than $2,800 in cash at the property.
Kaneshiro was charged with two counts of promotion of a dangerous drug in the first degree, two counts of promotion of a dangerous drug in the third degree and drug paraphernalia.
His bail was set at $120,000.
Kaneshiro remains in custody pending his initial court appearance, scheduled for Wednesday.