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Woman held in alleged assault in Costco parking lot

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 07:55 a.m. HST, Dec 17, 2011


Police arrested a 27-year-old woman Friday after she allegedly punched another woman following a traffic incident in Kapolei. 

The Waipahu woman followed a 36-year-old woman into the Costco parking lot and punched her in the head through the driver side window of the victim's vehicle, police said. 

Officers arrested the woman at the scene at 1:40 p.m. for investigation of unauthorized entry into a vehicle. She was released pending investigation.

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livinginhawaii wrote:
Anyone who cannot control their anger is most likely another chronic on our streets. This woman has no Aloha. Please show her pic.
on December 17,2011 | 08:15AM
1local wrote:
why wasn't she charged with road rage?
on December 17,2011 | 08:24AM
BRock wrote:
I am sure if there were such a crime, she would have been so charged.
on December 17,2011 | 09:39AM
moondog73 wrote:
Welcome to the 'Wild West-side"
on December 17,2011 | 02:24PM
akuman808 wrote:
In a domestic case, the assailant would have been charged with 3rd degree assault, jailed and required to post $1,000 bail. That would then require a minimum misdemeanor charge and requirement to appear @ District court. Our laws appear to be inconsistent and uneven. The AG's office has been placing stronger emphasis on domestic cases due to heightened public concerns. Assault is assault, whether in a home or in a car. Treat it the same.
on December 18,2011 | 02:39AM
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