Hawaii’s Most Wanted: Daniel Briones

Daniel Briones

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Honolulu Police are looking for Daniel Briones who’s wanted on three warrants.

“The first case on October 23, 2011 at 4 p.m., two males entered AT&T on Kaahumanu Street, pretended to look around. One of the males distracted the clerk while the other removed two iphones. The security alarm for the devices activated, and the male was seen fleeing the area,” Honolulu Police Sergeant Kim Buffett said.

Based on surveillance video, police identified Briones as the suspect, and arrested him for theft.

He was also arrested for breaking into a kiosk at Pearlridge Center, and stealing some items.

He’s now wanted on three $100,000 contempt warrants — two for those prior cases.

“His third warrant is for meth trafficking in the 2nd degree,” Sgt. Buffett said.

Daniel Briones is 34 years old, 5’8″, 239 pounds.

“He has 15 prior convictions and is known to frequent the Ewa areas,” Sgt. Buffett said.

If you know where Daniel Briones is, call Crimestoppers at 955-8300.

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