Hawaii Police Charges Hilo Woman With Multiple Crimes After Three Cars Collision, 1 Seriously Hospitalized

HONOLULU (KHON2) – Big Island police charged 19-year-old Ariana Kahliumi-Santos of Hilo with multiple felony charges after a three-vehicle collision left a woman in critical condition on Friday, Sept. 3.

According to the police, Kahalioumi-Santos on Saturday, September 4 was first-degree negligent injury, third-degree abetment to a harmful drug, driving under the influence (OVUII), driving after license was suspended or revoked due to OVUII was alleged. , reckless driving and no motor vehicle insurance.

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Police said Kahalioumi-Santos was driving a 2003 Acura RSX around 10:34 p.m. when he apparently rear-ended the 2009 Hyundai Accent at an intersection near Highway 11 and Kipimana Street. The 2009 Hyundai was then pushed to the 2017 Chevy SUV, leading to a three-vehicle collision.

Police said the 40-year-old Keiau woman, who was driving the Hyundai, was taken to Hilo Medical Center and then to Queen’s Medical Center in Oahu.

Both Kahaliumi-Santos and the 66-year-old woman in the Chevy SUV were not injured.

“We are continuing our efforts to provide safe roads and ensure people drive safely. The police would like to take this opportunity to remind motorists to please drive responsibly, wear seatbelts, fasten your kids, and don’t take the opportunity to drive while drunk, it’s not worth it.

Sergeant Jeremy Riddle, Eastern Air Traffic Enforcement Unit

Hawaii police arrested Kahaliumi-Santos at the scene on suspicion of not having car insurance, driving with a suspended license and driving under the influence. He was taken to Hilo police station and officers reportedly found containers of alcohol and marijuana in his vehicle, police said.

Police reported that Kahliumi-Santos’ bail was set at $8,050 and she appeared in Hilo District Court on Tuesday, Sept.

According to police, there have been 739 DUI arrests in 2021 – a 15.7% increase from the same time in 2020.

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Anyone who has witnessed a collision or has information about the incident should contact Officer Clifford Antonio at (808) 961-2339 or via email. Clifford.Antonio@HawaiiCounty.gov. Those who wish to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at (808) 961-8300.

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