Big Island police charged a 20-year-old Pepe'ekeo woman in connection with a June 30 burglary in Pepe'ekeo.
An investigation by detectives led to the arrest of Shaylyn Momi Araw on Friday, Aug. 24. After conferring with prosecutors, detectives charged her with first-degree burglary. Her bail was set at $5,000.
Inadequate planning and improper procurement by the Board of Directors of Hawaii's health insurance exchange, the Hawai'i Health Connector, led to an unsustainable Health Connector, according to Acting State Auditor Jan Yamane.
He's big and furry and easily noticeable, but nobody can seem to catch him.
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