Two Hawaii men were arrested and charged after allegedly stealing over 75 pounds of oranges from a farm over the weekend.

Prosecutors say 41-year-old Kellen Tolentino and 38-year-old Joshua Reding-Kellogg, both of Honokaa, have been charged with second-degree theft and criminal trespass.

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Officials say the pair illegally entered a farm in Kalopa last Saturday and were able to steal an excessive amount of oranges - enough for their charges to be bumped up to a Class C Felony offense.

The two are facing up to five years of prison - or possibly 4 years probation with 12 months served in jail.

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Honolulu Police

Tolentino and Reding-Kellogg’s made their first appearance in Hilo District Court on Tuesday where their bail was set at $2,250.

Read more at Hawaii News Now

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