Hawaii’s Most Wanted: Dakota Arreola-Bohner

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Editor’s note: Dakota Arreola-Bohner was featured on Hawaii’s Most Wanted on March 26, 2016. He has since been arrested and this post has been updated.

A man accused of smashing in the windows of a car following a confrontation has been arrested.

Authorities had been looking for Dakota Arreola-Bohner for about four months.

“On September 17, 2014, at about 2:45 a.m., Arreola-Bohner and the complainant got into a confrontation at the Kunia Walmart,” said CrimeStoppers Sgt. Kim Buffett.

“The complainant jumped into his girlfriend’s vehicle and fled the scene. They left and went to the 76 gas station nearby and parked their vehicle. When they left their vehicle, a little while later when they returned, they observed Arreola-Bohner next to the vehicle with a crowbar and the front windshield smashed.”

“They also observed him smash three other windows of their vehicle,” added Buffett.

Arreola-Bohner was arrested for criminal property damage and also drugs. He has four prior convictions.

He was wanted on a $50,000 contempt warrant in connection with that case for not showing up for his HOPE warning hearing last November.

Police arrested him on April 5, at approximately 6:55 a.m., at the intersection of Leahi and Kapahulu avenues.

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