Name: Kevin Winters
Age: 51 years old
Last seen: September 3, 2021
Location: Lahaina, Hawaii
Status: Still Missing
On September 3, 2021, 51-year-old Kevin Winters was last seen in Lahaina, Hawaii. That morning, after using an ATM to deposit a check from his mother, he vanished.
Details of Kevin Winters
Parents Maxine and Don Winters welcomed Kevin Winters into the world in Michigan. His three siblings and he grew up in Jennison.
Winters’ right leg is shorter than his left because of a dirt bike accident he had as a teenager. Since then, he has worn shoes with a special lift to help with his hip pain.
Winters relocated from Michigan to Maui, Hawaii, where he eventually made his home, in 2007. He exchanged labour for housing by working as a housekeeper at the North Shore Hostel in Wailuku.
Winters lost his fourteen-year position at the North Shore Hostel on September 1st, 2021. He allegedly stole a cell phone that was left by a coworker in a common area and was caught after being given a week to leave.
Winters was single and unaccompanied when he vanished, and he was residing in Maui. He frequently spoke with his family and his ailing 75-year-old mother in Michigan.
Winters, who was regarded as friendly and kind, frequently spent time at the beach and neighborhood bars where he delighted in sipping beers and cocktails.
The Disappearance of Kevin Winters
Kevin Winters was fired from his fourteen-year position at the North Shore Hostel on September 1, 2021, and given one week to leave.
It is unknown where he stayed that night, but it may have been in a 350-foot storage garage he had been using for years to store items like a couch and an idle 1994 purple Jeep, among other things, close to the hostel.
When Winters last spoke to his mother in Michigan over the phone on September 2, 2021, everything seemed normal. He left his garage in Wailuku at around 8:37 p.m. to eat at Maui Brewing Company in Kahana, which is about 28 miles away.
At 9:45 p.m., Winters was seen on surveillance video depositing a $40 check from his mother at an ATM at a nearby First Hawaiian Bank. His mother had been sending him money for years to help with his monthly bills.
Winters was last seen at the First Hawaiian bank in Lahaina, Hawaii, on September 3, 2021. At 6:45 in the morning, he was seen on surveillance footage using the ATM to deposit a $190 check from his mother.
Kevin hasn’t been seen or heard from since he failed to show up to pick up his last paycheck at the hostel.
His family was unable to reach him, so they reported him missing to the Maui Police Department on September 8, 2021.
Authorities did not discover any proof that Winters left the island. No commercial airline serving Maui had a record of him as a passenger.
Since he vanished, there has been no activity in his bank account, which had a balance of about $1,100. According to a prior statement, he had $7,917 in his account as of the year 2020.
Winters vanished along with his cell phone, which last pinged to a cell tower in the Kā’anapali area around 11:00 a.m. on September 3.
There was no evidence, means, or motive for foul play in Kevin Winters’ disappearance, according to police. There is a $2,000 reward for information leading to Kevin’s discovery.
Kevin Winters’ disappearance remains unsolved, and his case is currently classified as missing. His case is still unsolved.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Kevin Winters please contact the Maui County Police Department at (808) 244-6400.