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If you have any information about these crimes, or any person(s) involved, you are urged:

  • to call CrimeStoppers Honolulu at 808-955-8300,
  • dial *crime on your cellular phone (free cellular calls are provided by Cingular, Nextel, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless in Hawaii), or
  • submit a 'Web Tip' by clicking the button on the left of this page. 

You do not have to give your name.  CrimeStoppers Honolulu will pay a cash reward of up to $1,000 if your tip leads to an arrest, identity of a suspect, or recovery of property,  and you can remain anonymous.

News coverage

KHON   http://www.khon2.com/news/local/story/Animal-cruelty-suspect-receives-punishment/DZUBGnxJOkCmZFFGAG6lPg.cspx

KITV  http://www.kitv.com/news/24431383/detail.html

STAR ADVERTISER   http://www.staradvertiser.com/news/20100729_Woman_receives

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Case Background

The Hawaiian Humane Society rescued 7 dogs from a Crosspointe rental unit near the Stadium in December 2008 after receiving reports of a strong odor and incessant barking. The dogs were left unattended for a long period of time (possibly several weeks) without food, water and starving – nearly dead, living in their own filth.

The Hawaiian Humane Society obtained custody of the animals from the dog owner, an inmate at HCC who had left his girlfriend/friend as caregiver. The dogs were immediately transported to the Humane Society for a medical evaluation. They were later rehabilitated in foster care. The owner surrendered all 7 dogs to the Humane Society and we found new homes for all.

 The appointed caregiver Lira Ikeda was charged with 7 counts of animal cruelty in December 2008. She failed to appear in court several times, had a bench warrant out for her arrest. It was only when her mug shot was posted on the Honolulu Crimestoppers Website under the Animal Crimestoppers division was she found and arrested within 24 hours.

 WITNESSES WANTED TO CAT KILLINGS AT THE KAPAA QUARRY INDUSTRIAL PARK.

Last September, individuals confronted a group of four men in the Kapaa Quarry area. Two of the men from the group admitted to killing the feral cats in the area. The cats were a part of a colony being cared for by caregivers. The Honolulu Police Department was called at the time of the confrontation, however only two of the four were identified.

 

The Hawaiian Humane Society and the Honolulu Police Department are seeking information on the identification of the two unidentified individuals and any information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of four individuals involved in the cat killings.  Anyone with information should contact 955-8300 immediately.

 

POISONED ANIMALS IN THE MAKAHA RESORT AREA

Beginning in May the Hawaiian Humane Society received reports of peacocks and cats allegedly being deliberately poisoned in the Makaha Valley Resort area. Reports state that 10 to 11 peacocks have been poisoned since the beginning of May.  The Hawaiian Humane Society and the Honolulu Police Department are seeking information on the alleged poisonings and the identification of the individuals involved. Anyone with information should contact ANIMAL CRIMESTOPPERS at 955-8300 immediately.

WITNESSES WANTED FOR DOG KILLING

Hawaiian Humane Society is asking for the public's help after a dog was found hanging in West Oahu. Humane Society officials were in the area when they received a tip of a decaying dog hanging by a rope that had been tethered to a bolt on the inside of the guard rail of the Ohikilolo Bridge near Makua Cave. The breed of the dog is unknown, but Society officials estimate the canine weighed approximately 50 pounds. It was not microchipped nor had any other form of identification. The Humane Society is offering a $2,500 reward for any tips leading to an arrest and conviction. Anyone with information should call Honolulu CrimeStoppers at 955-8300 or the Hawaiian Humane Society at 356-2250.


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