Honolulu Prosecutor Keith Kaneshiro hosted 25 students from Okinawa who are part of the Hawaii-Okinawa High School Student Exchange Program. He explained the process of investigating and prosecuting a reported, particularly when the victims are visitors to Honolulu.
The Community Outreach Court was launched on Thursday January 26, 2017. The Outreach Court holds people accountable, reduces backlogs in the courts and provides an opportunity for individuals to receive services to help them move forward in their lives.
Prosecutor Keith M. Kaneshiro thanks representatives of the Hawai‘i Law Enforcement Association for the donation of a 2016 Nissan Quest minivan to the Honolulu Prosecutor’s Safe House.
On January 2, 2017 Prosecutor Keith M. Kaneshiro and the office’s hard working deputy prosecuting attorneys were proudly sworn in to office at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center.
Tamila A. Alcoran was arrested today after she was indicted by the Oahu grand jury for multiple charges of Identity theft, Computer fraud, and Forgery.
Katy Sterio was sentenced to 10 years in prison for counts of credit card theft, identity theft and fraudulent use of a credit card. In 2013, she plead guilty to theft charges after convincing an elderly man to help pay for her nonexistent bills.
Prosecuting Attorney Keith M. Kaneshiro has been reelected to a four-year term and thanks O‘ahu voters for approving City Charter Amendment Three, which provides the Prosecutor’s Office with budgetary autonomy.
More than 80 prosecutors and law enforcement officers from around the world gathered in Waikiki September 28-30 for the 2016 International Sex Trafficking Summit.
Prosecutor Kaneshiro urges voters to vote “Yes” on Charter Amendment 3 which will allow the prosecutor to have total control of the budget once approved by the council.