CrimeStoppers and the Honolulu Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Tiffany Lucas-Diacamos who is wanted for two $20,000 Probation Revocation warrants for failure to comply with terms and conditions of HOPE probation.
On August 25, 2005, a search warrant was executed at a residence on Ohai Street due to numerous complaints of drug activity.
Upon entering the residence, officers detained a female identified s Lucas- Diacamos and observed a tan colored purse next to her.
They observed a glass pipe with residue and recovered the purse as evidence and Lucas –Diacamos was placed under arrest for Promoting Dangerous Drugs in the Third Degree. On July 21, 2006, at approximately 10am, a female entered the Pearl City Wal Mart Store, approached Customer Service, and attempted to cash a business check.
She presented a military identification card to the cashier who became suspicious of the transaction. The owner of the check was contacted and stated that the amount had been altered. The cashier declined to process the check and the female fled.
A security alert went out to all the Wal Mart stores with the description of the female and the name used on the identification card. At approximately 11:50 a.m., the female entered the Kunia Wal Mart Store and attempted to cash the check. The cashier recognized the name from the alert and contacted the police.
She was identified as Lucas-Diacamos and arrested for Forgery in the Second Degree, Identity Theft in the Second Degree, Unauthorized Possession of Confidential Personal Information, and attempted Theft in the Second Degree.
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