Police Operation Leads to Three Arrests, One Citation

KAPA`A, KAUA`I (Ben Caxton) — The Kaua`i Police Department conducted a special mission in the Kapa’a area last weekend that led to three arrests and one citation. Police say detectives with the Investigative Services Bureau patrolled the coastal area between the Wailua Bridge and Kealia Beach Friday evening through Saturday morning, searching for individuals with active warrants and monitoring for criminal activity. 18-year-old David Reynolds of Kapa`a was arrested Saturday for Promotion of a Detrimental Drug in the Third Degree, and for a $250 outstanding Traffic warrant. A total of 23.1 grams of marijuana was seized upon his arrest. Reynolds was brought to police cellblock and has since been released on bail totaling $300. 51-year-old Richard Beachum of Lihu`e was wanted for an outstanding Contempt of Court warrant. Police located him Saturday walking along Lehua Street in Kapa`a and arrested him without incident. He has since been released on $300 bail. And 59-year-old John Evans of Kapa`a was wanted for an outstanding Failure to Appear warrant. He was arrested without incident Saturday along the Kauwila Street and Kuhio Highway junction in Kapa`a. He has since been released on $250 bail. During the operation, police also cited a 69-year-old woman for indecent exposure when she was observed urinating in public near the Kapa`a Beach Park.

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