Puna Tweaker Busted


A 36-year-old Puna man has been charged with 10 drug offenses, including meth trafficking, following a two-month investigation by the Hard Drugs Detail of the Hawaii Police Department’s Area I Vice Section.

Jason Kaleo Ledward of Kea’au was arrested Tuesday (March 31) and charged with three counts of meth trafficking, three counts of promoting a dangerous drug, three counts of drug paraphernalia and one count of promoting a detrimental drug. He was released after posting $61,250 bail.

During the course of the investigation, police recovered approximately 4.5 ounces (172.5 grams) of crystal methamphetamine with a wholesale street value of $16,000. Police also recovered three motor vehicles and a custom built motorcycle, as well as $1,435 in cash, for forfeiture.

3 Responses

  1. LOL ^ idiots. The charges were dropped because no meth was actually found. He was proven not guilty. Its funny how just because a higher authority says something “its always true” before you judge people, find out the whole story.

  2. I couldn’t find an edit button for my post and wanted to add another bit for emphasis…”Scum of the Earth.”

  3. Mr Jason Kaleo Ledward is going to have some well-deserved challenges in his life for a while. I have no doubt that his $61,250 bail money was obtained from the sale of stolen property belonging to victims of theft. I hope the HI County DA has the ammo on this snake to take him out of the community for a long time. Meth freaks are nothing but dangerous.

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