Deal means 20 years in Kimura case

WAILUKU – Wailuku businessman Lloyd Kimura pleaded guilty to four counts of securities violations in 2nd Circuit Court on Tuesday morning. Circuit Judge Joseph Cardoza accepted a plea agreement by which Kimura will be sentenced to two 20-year terms and two five-year terms, to run concurrently. However, it was revealed in court that Kimura...

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Maui businessman accused of Ponzi scheme charge

State prosecutors have charged a Maui businessman accused of running a Ponzi scheme with two counts of making false or misleading financial statements and two counts of prohibited securities practices. The state attorney general’s office said Thursday that Maui Industrial Loan & Finance Co. President Lloyd Kimura filed false or misleading statements in documents...

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Charges filed against Maui businessman

WAILUKU – The state attorney general has charged Maui businessman Lloyd Kimura with two counts of prohibited securities practice and two counts of making false or misleading financial statements. The complaint was announced in a news release Thursday evening. It had been filed in 2nd Circuit Court on Monday. Kimura’s attorney, Phil Lowenthal, said...

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Seabury Dirt Devils winners

OLINDA – The 4-H Dirt Devils of Seabury Hall will represent Hawaii in the Conservation Awareness Program national competition May 4 to 6 in Oklahoma City. The four-member team is raising funds to attend the event. Sixty-five high school students representing Baldwin, Kamehameha Maui, Lahainaluna, Maui High, St. Anthony and Seabury competed Oct. 19...

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