Two Arrested for Narcotic Offenses Following Pukalani Search Warrants

Maui Police Department Vice Officers executed search warrants at a residence in Pukalani on Wednesday.

The execution of the warrants resulted in the arrest of two people, 31-year-old Kapua Harrell and 35-year-old Sherron Falces. Both were arrested for multiple narcotics offenses.

According to MPD, the search resulted in the recovery of 533.33 grams (1.18 pounds) of crystal methamphetamine, 4.97 grams of marijuana, (14) Methadone pills, (6) Oxycodone pills, (9) Carisoprodol pills, $3,200 in United States currency and paraphernalia associated with the distribution/use of crystal methamphetamine.

A search of a vehicle at the premises resulted in the recovery of two pairs of brass knuckles.

Both Harrell and Falces were charged with the offenses of Promoting a Dangerous Drug in the First Degree, Promoting a Detrimental Drug in the Third Degree, Prohibited Acts Related to Drug Paraphernalia, Deadly Weapons Prohibited, Promoting a Dangerous Drug in the Second Degree and Promoting a Harmful Drug in the Fourth Degree.

Their bail was set at $200,000 each.

Police say Harrell also had an outstanding bench warrant for $500.

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