Kyle Matsumoto, 37, of Hanalei pleaded no contest on Tuesday in four separate felony cases, according to the Kauai prosecuting attorney.
On June 5, Matsumoto also entered no contest pleas in two other felony cases.
Charges in these cases include burglary, identity theft, auto theft, credit card theft, possession of confidential information, fraudulent use of a credit card and credit card forgery.
The first incident took place in May 2012 and the most recent incident took place in December 2013.
Bail was set at $445,000. Matsumoto could face an extended term of imprisonment in excess of 100 years, according to prosecutors. The state has agreed to ask for concurrent 10-year prison terms.
Matsumoto is scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 1.