Haiku woman, 41, charged after caught with stolen mail

Published On: Mar 18 2014 04:55:28 PM HST   Updated On: Mar 18 2014 04:56:16 PM HST

Davelynn Mahi

WAILUKU, Hawaii -

Maui County police have charged a 41-year-old Haiku woman accused of stealing mail, a credit card and a debit card.

On March 9, an off-duty officer saw Davelynn Mahi in a Kahului neighborhood placing papers in a newspaper box and driving away.

The officer looked in the box and found numerous pieces of mail that did not belong to Mahi.

Mahi was later found with a large pile of mail on the floor of her vehicle.

Mahi was charged with six counts of Unauthorized Possession of Confidential Information and one count of Theft of Credit Card for the mail that was initially found in the newspaper box.

Bail was set at $75,000.  Mahi was released after posting bail.

On March 12, investigators received information that Mahi had used a stolen debit card from a previous case.  Mahi was arrested at the Maui Beach Hotel.

Mahi was charged with theft in the second degree, theft of a credit card, fraudulent use of a credit card, unauthorized possession of confidential personal information, and other charges.

Bail was set at $330,000.

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