Are you a law breaking criminal in South Maui?

Are you a law breaking criminal in South Maui? Do you have to have more than one criminal enterprise to cover expenses? Peddle drugs to kids, and then rob their working parents too? Still not enough, so you have to break into cars on the weekend, and you say the cops are making it hard for you? Here’s your chance to tell your side of the story; just a guy trying to make it on Maui. Talk with MPD with KCA.

This month on Tuesday February 18, the Kihei Community Association (KCA) will welcome the Maui Police Department to advise and inform our members and the community what is happening with the department, particularly the Kihei District, now headquartered in the new facility mauka of the Pi’ilani Highway. Guest expected are Police Chief Gary Yabuta, Assistant Chief Victor Ramos and Kihei District commander Tivoli Faaumu, who will coordinate a power point presentation and respond to community questions. They are expected to be accompanied by their staff.

Doors open at 6:00 PM, with meeting starting at 6:30 PM at the Kihei Charter Middle school at 41 East Lipoa, behind the Kihei Car Wash in rear of Plaza, at site of old Hapa’s nightclub. KCA’s Maui Food Bank drive continues our 2014 endeavor. Why not make it a monthly habit to bring a few cans of nutritious food? Remind your friends to do the same.

The Association is an all volunteer non profit with no government funding. Consider becoming a supporting member. More information,  call ( 508) 499-9996.

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2 Responses to “Are you a law breaking criminal in South Maui?”

  1. Thanks to KCA for inviting the MPD to this meeting and creating an opportunity for this very important interface between a police department and the community it serves. Unfortunately this meeting was dominated by two high profile, media intensive open cases which naturally crowded out other areas of community interest. However, one upside was a large attendance and hopefully an increase in membership and partisipation in the KCA. I would like to see the MPD invited again. Perhaps a regular liaison could be established giving the MPD regular community contact in a more informal setting.

  2. Please remember we have regular contact at all times with our Community Police Officer Emily Kibby, and she also attends many of our community meetings. Unfortunately she was recently injured so is off the job at this time, but if you know her, you know she will be back at it very soon.