From the Maui Police press conference, Thursday, May 16, 2019: “7:21 AM Benjamin Konkul reported her missing.” So if you think he should have called police the minute she wasn’t home in time for dinner, then at most it took him 12 hours to report her missing. But I think it’s more like when she wasn’t home in time to go to sleep as usual so, more like 9 hours, overnight, before he called at 7:21 AM. A simple explanation would be that he waited until morning in case she slept someplace else and her phone was dead or she was in one of the many places on the island without reception. My opinion only, but I imagine he texted her a lot on Wednesday night, wondering where she was, when she would be home, why she wasn’t replying, etc. My opinion only, he was probably applying the same hippy “positive thinking” and optimism he’s demonstrated in interviews so far to her coming home that night. Not wanting to think the worst and instead hoping and picturing she’d walk through the door safe and sound at any moment with an explanation that made sense.