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3 juvenile boys arrested in attempted Kalihi burglary

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 03:01 p.m. HST, May 03, 2012



Three teenage boys were arrested after allegedly attempting to break into a Gulick Street supermarket in Kalihi late Wednesday night.

Police said they arrived at the scene about 11:39 p.m. to find the three boys, ages 13 to 15, in the North King Street parking lot.

One of the boys was attempting to pry open a louvered window with a pipe while a second boy stood next to him and signaled him when he saw police. The two boys were arrested, as was a third boy standing nearby.

The three are facing charges of attempted burglary and violating curfew.







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Big C wrote:
Hmmmm 11:40 pm, on a weekday. It appears that their parents don't really care about there kids. Forget the education part, just go out and learn a stealing trade. Pitiful.
on May 3,2012 | 03:09PM
jusmetwocents wrote:
If they live in public housing, their enitre families should be evicted immediately... If you live in public housing and you or anyone living in the unit commits a crime, the whole family should lose all public assistance for life!
on May 4,2012 | 11:46AM
danielpecoraro wrote:
Blame the teachers. It has to be their fault.
on May 3,2012 | 03:56PM
kawikakoike96819 wrote:
I blame the PARENTS!
on May 3,2012 | 08:20PM
olos73 wrote:
Lock um up. They start committing crimes at this age, only make it worse when they get older. Let them figure it out while in detention home.
on May 3,2012 | 06:56PM
ejkorvette wrote:
Are these children actively in School? Are the Schools in Hawaii on Recess or Break Now? Do these children have a Stable Home to go to? If the answer is No to these questions, then Authorities need look no further than the Home and those Responsible. Yes, it is a Shame, Embrassment and a Pity.
on May 3,2012 | 08:58PM
Ambergris23 wrote:
Names of juveniles need to be printed in the paper. A law allowing this needs to be passed!!!
on May 4,2012 | 12:06PM
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