WAILUKU - A 25-year-old Wailuku man was ordered to serve six months in jail and five years' probation for breaking into a truck at a Kapalua beach and stealing a man's personal identification items earlier this year.
Second Circuit Judge Joseph Cardoza last week also ordered Vincent A. Souki to not have contact with the victim in the case and pay $20 in restitution. Souki was allowed to begin his jail term on Oct. 27, according to court records.
Records show Souki pleaded no contest to unauthorized entry into a motor vehicle, unauthorized possession of confidential personal information, fourth-degree theft and third-degree promotion of a detrimental drug.
The charges stem from an incident on Feb. 11 when a Toyota Tacoma truck was broken into at Ironwood Beach at Kapalua, records show. A wallet and personal items were taken from the truck.
Later on Feb. 25, police found Souki with marijuana while investigating the truck break-in case, records show.
In an unrelated court matter, 24-year-old William Keliihoomalu IV was sentenced to five days in jail and five years' probation for stealing from Aloha Shell, his former employer.
Second Circuit Judge Rhonda Loo on Oct. 3 also ordered Keliihoomalu to write a letter of apology to his former boss, Paul Hanada.
Keliihoomalu was also given credit for the five days he had already served in jail. He pleaded no contest to second-degree theft.
The charge stems from incidents from June 20, 2008, to July 5, 2008. Records show that Keliihoomalu admitted he "shorted" the cash box at the service station.