Four ‘Most Wanted’ Still Wanted

Don Chapman
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February 22, 2006
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Cher Murillo
Cher Murillo
Cynthia Reed
Cynthia Reed
Christopher Villucci
Christopher Villucci
Mark Tanibe
Mark Tanibe

MidWeek readers have helped identify eight of the 12 criminals who appeared in our Most Wanted cover story last October, says HPD Sgt. Kim Capllonch. That’s good, but we can do better. Capllonch, Crime-Stoppers coordinator, says the four who remain free on the streets are Cher Murillo, 26, 5 ft.; Cynthia Reed, 41, 5 ft. 7 in.; Christopher Villucci, 38, 5 ft. 11 in., and Mark Tanibe, 29, 5 ft. 10 in. Each has been involved in identity theft, plus a mix of drugs, car theft and assaulting a police officer. If you see them, consider them armed and dangerous. Do not approach or attempt to apprehend them, but do call the CrimeStoppers hotline at 955-8300 and leave an anonymous tip ...

Received a few “right on!” and “lead the charge!” calls about my suggestion that Hawaii Democrats draft former first lady Vicky Cayetano to run against Gov. Linda Lingle this year. As a journalist, I can’t get involved in taking sides in any campaign, but this is one that would sure be interesting to cover ...

From all of the blossoms on mango trees from Kaneohe to Kalihi to Kahala, it appears we’ll have a bumper crop come spring and summer ...

Good talk radio riff by Mike Buck on 830AM last week regarding talk of shipping our opala offshore. “It’s culturally wrong,” Mike said, to pass our garbage off on others and even more not to take responsibility by coming up with a realistic long-range plan now…

One reason City Council member Todd Apo’s landfill bill probably won’t fly, says a friend who works in governmental environmental issues: Hawaii is a quarantined state. So if Uncle Joe can’t take mangos from his tree when he flies to the Mainland, how can we ship the mango pits and peels to the Mainland? Ultimately, this looks like a fed issue ...

Intelligent design in action: Our new company cell phones from Nextel come with a battery charger that, when you’re done charging, the cord wraps neatly into a slot in the device. Now that is intelligent design ...

All together now, everyone who has way too many wires, cords and coaxial cables rat-nesting up your life: Doh! Why didn’t I think of that?! ...


Regarding VP Dick Cheney filling a hunting partner with bird shot: As a former outdoor columnist for the San Jose Mercury News, there are reasons I don’t hunt, and this is one. Hunters pop almost as many other hunters in the U.S. every year as they do critters ...

Still, I don’t believe this is the first time the Bush Administration has performed a spot-on imitation of The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight ...


The GOP, however, could still turn this into a real positive. I know Republicans so ardent, they’d probably line up and pay big bucks to attend a fund-raiser where they, too, could get shot-gunned by the VP - especially if he autographed the wounds with a Sharpie ...

Oh, and had to miss the Olympic curling coverage on radio 1110AM last Wednesday. Did anyone tape it? ... .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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