Sixty-six fugitives, including a Kahului man sought on a $250,000 warrant for sexual assault charges, were arrested during a three-day sweep on Maui that ended Thursday.
With the arrests, 104 warrants were cleared, according to the U.S. Marshals Service.
Those apprehended were wanted for crimes including drug offenses, sexual assault, robbery and probation violation.
The sexual assault warrant was for Alan M. Santos, 49, who was arrested Wednesday in Kahului on the warrant charging him with first-degree sexual assault and two counts of third-degree sexual assault of a victim under age 14. He is being held at the Maui Community Correctional Center.
Another fugitive, Bill Warner Manuel Jr. of Wailuku, was arrested without incident
Tuesday at Waiale Road in Wailuku for 10 bench warrants totaling $59,800. The warrants were for probation violation, criminal contempt of court and failure to appear. Manuel is also being held at the Wailuku jail.
The fugitive sweep was carried out by U.S. Marshals Hawaii Fugitive Task Force officers, state sheriff's deputies, Maui police officers, Hawaii County police officers and Kauai police officers.