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Trio charged after Hawaii island drug bust nets more than 1 pound meth

  • COURTESY HAWAII COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT
                                Jacqueline Overturf, from left, Roberto Segobia Jr., and John Overturf

    COURTESY HAWAII COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT

    Jacqueline Overturf, from left, Roberto Segobia Jr., and John Overturf

Public tips about illegal drug activity led to the arrest of three people and the seizure of a cache of drugs in Hawaiian Paradise Park, Hawaii island police said today.

Police charged two men and a woman with drug offenses stemming from the activity at a 17th Avenue home.

Police said they received information that people inside the house were armed and had made general threats against law enforcement.

Police got a search warrant and seized about 1.3 pounds of methamphetamine, .04 pounds of heroin and .08 pounds of marijuana along with a small amount of cocaine Monday afternoon at the home.

John Kaleolani Overturf, 38, of Hawaiian Paradise Park, was charged with three counts of first-degree dangerous drug promotion, two counts of attempted first-degree drug promotion, third-degree detrimental drug, drug paraphernalia and operating a stolen vehicle. His bail was set at $321,000.

Jacqueline “Jackie” Aloha Overturf, 50, of Oregon, was charged with two counts of third-degree dangerous drug promotion, attempted first-degree promotion of a dangerous drug and drug paraphernalia. Her bail was set at $95,000.

Roberto Segobia Jr., 28, of Kealakekua, was charged with second-degree promotion of a dangerous drug, third-degree promotion of a dangerous drug and fourth-degree harmful drug promotion and drug paraphernalia. His bail was set at $8,000.

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