Autopsy conducted Wednesday morning (December 4th) determined that No Foul Play was involved in the death of 34-year-old Lucille Arboleda of Kailua-Kona.
The Hawaii Police Department (HPD) has positively identified deceased female found at an abandoned home in the Kealakehe subdivision in Kailua-Kona on Tuesday afternoon (December 3rd) as 34-year-old Lucille Arboleda, who was reported missing Sunday, December 1st by her family after failing to return from a routine daily walk.
An autopsy conducted Wednesday morning (December 4th) determined that NO FOUL PLAY was involved with this case.
The search for Arboleda involved the Hawaii Fire Department (HFD), HPD, family members, and community members who conducted a multi-day search throughout the Kealakehe subdivision by air and land.
At 4:32 pm on Tuesday afternoon, HPD officers and detectives were called to the 74-5000 block of Hua’ala Street in Kailua-Kona. At the residence, police located a deceased female, of which they had positively identified as 34-year-old Lucille Arboleda of Kailua-Kona, who was reported missing earlier in the week.