Hawaii’s Most Wanted: Brian Freitas

Courtesy: Honolulu Police Department
Courtesy: Honolulu Police Department

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Honolulu police are looking for Brian Freitas.

“On January 20, 2012, the complainant noticed he wasn’t receiving his bank statements for a couple of months, and went down to the bank to inquire. While a the bank he discovered his ATM card was being used over several times, from November through January, thousands and thousands of dollars were withdrawn. Video from the ATM revealed that the suspect was Brian Freitas, a relative,” Honolulu Police Sergeant Kim Buffett said.

Freitas was arrested for fraudulent use of a credit card.

He’s now wanted on a $50,000 warrant in connection with that case for not showing up for his hope modification hearing two weeks ago.

Brian Freitas is 47 years-old, 5’7″, 170 pounds.

“He does have 47 prior convictions and is known to frequent the Waipahu area,” Sgt. Buffett said.

If you know where Brian Freitas is call Crimestoppers at 955-8300.

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