On November 9th, five men and one woman – Jherico Keanini-Acob, 20, Raygie Gano, 25, Micah Lyon. 21, Mark Retotal, 20, Shawn Sibayan, 25, and Jennifer Tubera, 22 – were arrested and brought before a federal magistrate in Honolulu for the theft of property from motor vehicles in three separate cases that occurred between February 2nd and March 20th. Stolen items included a purse containing a badge and credentials belonging to a federal law enforcement official, passports, cellular phones, credit cards and other personal property taken from rental vehicles while parked at WWII Valor in the Pacific National Memorial in Pearl Harbor. All were indicted by a federal grand jury on November 8th and charged with unauthorized entry of a motor vehicle and conspiracy, both felonies. Arrest warrants were also issued. Those arrested are part of a group of individuals targeting Dodge Chargers throughout the island of Oahu. Law enforcement rangers, a special agent from the Investigative Services Branch, and Honolulu Police Department officers conducted the investigation. The United States Attorney's Office for the District of Hawaii is prosecuting the case. Click on the link below for a previous related case.