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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, FBI Reward, Hawaii, Solved, tags: FBI Rewards, Hawaii, Layne Lasseter, Max Cannon, Max Cannon-Reward Expert, Peter Heckman, ponzi scheme, reward, RewardsTV, Wanted Fugitive Reward, Wanted Fugitives
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3-12-13 Update: HONOLULU – Tuesday morning an international fugitive charged with bilking Hawaii investors out of $1.2 million surrendered to the FBI, which credited a CrimePAY$ story with helping convince the man to turn himself in.
FBI agents led Peter Heckmann, 54, in handcuffs after he arrived from Narita, Japan at Honolulu International Airport just after 7 a.m. Tuesday morning.
An FBI agent had escorted him from Indonesia where the FBI said he has been hiding since he was indicted by a Honolulu federal grand jury for fraud in 2007.
HONOLULU — The Federal Bureau of Investigation has launched a new campaign and offered a new reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest of Peter Heckman, a former Kaua‘i resident accused of operating a Ponzi scheme out of his recording studio. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, Hawaii, Unsolved Murder, tags: Amber Ellis Jackson, CrimePAY$, Max Cannon, murder, reward, RewardsTV, Unsolved Murder Reward
Amber Ellis Jackson
CrimePAY$ $10,000 Reward TipLine 1-888-755-TIPS (8477)
Update: LIHU‘E — A reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of suspects in the 2010 murder of a Kapa‘a woman has been doubled to $20,000.
The increase is due to a donation made to the Amber Jackson Justice Group. The individual donor wishes to remain anonymous.
LIHU‘E — Saturday, June 23, 2012 marked the second-anniversary of the murder of Kapa‘a resident Amber Ellis Jackson, 57. The case has yet to produce an arrest or conviction of a suspect.
Jackson, 57, of Kapa‘a, was last seen alive on the night of June 23, 2010. Her body was found by a hunter in a remote, wooded area in Kealia on July 3, 2010.
Friends and family held vigil on Kaua‘i and in California. It is their hope that a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killer, will draw attention to the crime and stir memories in people who might come forward to assist the investigation. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $50,000+, Hawaii, Missing Persons, tags: CrimePAY$, Gilbert Paul Caravallo, Louisiana, Max Cannon, Missing Persons, reward, RewardsTV, Unsolved Crimes
Gilbert Caravallo - Missing
CrimePAY$ $50,000 Reward TipLine 1-888-755-TIPS (8477)
Paulette Caravallo has been living a mother’s worst nightmare.
It has been over 7 years that her son, Gilbert Paul Caravallo, has been missing.
He lived with his mother in Pearl City. On Oct. 6, 2004, she was cooking breakfast, and he helped to make some potatoes. After breakfast she left for work, and that was the last time she saw her then 35-year-old son. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, Hawaii, Wanted Fugitives, tags: CrimePAY$, John Dimitrion, Julieanne Dimitrion, Max Cannon, RewardsTV, Wanted Fugitive Reward, Wanted Fugitives
- John and Julianne
Charlene Thornton, Special Agent-in-Charge of the Honolulu Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), is seeking the public’s help in providing information leading to the location and arrest of fugitive husband and wife, JOHN & JULIEANNE DIMITRION. The FBI is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to their capture. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, Hawaii, Unsolved Crimes, tags: BackPack Bandits, CrimePAY$, Hawaii, reward, RewardsTV, SafeCITY Publishing, Unsolved Crimes
The FBI is joining the Honolulu Police Department’s search for the pistol-wielding “backpack bandit” believed responsible for at least four bank robberies on Oahu in 2010.
The FBI announced yesterday it is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to his arrest. That is in addition to a $1,000 CrimeStoppers reward.
Authorities have dubbed the robber “the backpack bandit” because he has pulled a gun from a backpack in each of the robberies. Read the rest of this entry »
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