EDITOR’S NOTE: Lokahi Travis was arrested on June 29 and this post has been updated.
Honolulu police and CrimeStoppers have captured a man with several prior convictions.
Lokahi Travis, also known as Lokahi Travis-Moku, was previously arrested for theft and forgery.
“On February 15, 2014, a male entered the Macy’s store located in Pearlridge Center and was observed removing clothing items from the racks and folding it and placing it into an empty Macy’s bag that he had brought into the store. He left the store without making payment and was stopped outside,” said CrimeStoppers Sgt. Kim Buffett.
“The loss prevention agent was unable to detain him but was able to recover the bag.”
Travis was eventually caught and arrested for theft. He was also arrested in March 2014 for stealing and forging a check.
He was wanted on two $25,000 warrants in connection with those cases, for not showing up for his HOPE modification hearing last month.
“He has five prior convictions and is known to frequent the Waimanalo and Honolulu areas,” Buffett added.
He was arrested at approximately 2 p.m. at 41-612 Kalanianaole Highway for his two $25,000 probation revocation warrants, a $600 contempt warrant, promoting a dangerous drug in the third degree, and prohibited acts related to drug paraphernalia.