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2 teens arrested in separate Palolo burglaries

By Star-Advertiser staff

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Two teens were arrested today for separate burglaries in Palolo.

Police said a 17-year-old boy was identified as the person who burglarized a portable classroom at Jarrett Middle School on April 13. He was arrested for investigation of second-degree burglary and released pending investigation.

A 16-year-old girl was also identified as the person who allegedly burglarized a 95-year-old Palolo woman’s home in March 2011. The girl was arrested for investigation of first-degree burglary and released pending investigation.







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olos73 wrote:
Kids nowadays need a kick in da okole. This 2 involved in burglaries, the other day 5 kids caught in a stolen vehicle in Liliha and one had pakalolo. No respect for people and property. Lock them up little while and let them learn what it's like to be incarcerated. Let them have a taste of what will happen down the road if they keep this up.
on July 6,2012 | 07:38PM
olos73 wrote:
Just read another article on this site that 3 boys were arrested for robbing a man several months ago. And these were younger boys. Yeah, responsible parents raise respectful kids.
on July 7,2012 | 08:14AM
1local wrote:
both are results of the Democrat breeding program
on July 7,2012 | 01:52PM
ejkorvette wrote:
Olos73, very good comment. A 17yr old and a 16yr old, still have time and room for improvement. Hopefully the Parents/Guardians get seriously involved in the full and complete Rehabilitation process. Apparently the Mainland project/program started in the 1980"s "Scared Straight", has not made it over to Hawaii yet. I think it would be a very good vehicle to implement, to shake up the youth here in Hawaii. Well, we can only hope.
on July 6,2012 | 09:12PM
cojef wrote:
Worth a try, but the program has not had the results hoped for. We still have juvenile crimes committed and now the focus is on bullying. All youth are not bad, the vast majority turn out okay, meaning that parents who take charge are doing their job. It's the "ainokea parents" that foster these social misfits.
on July 7,2012 | 07:50AM
allie wrote:
sad..more bad parenting
on July 7,2012 | 08:18AM
Ambergris23 wrote:
Maybe laws should be changed to name juveniles involved in certain types of crimes (car theft, burglary, violent behavior), so the public is aware of who these people are. Certain juveniles have extensive criminal records and should be identified for their negative behavior.
on July 7,2012 | 10:06AM
olos73 wrote:
Agree with you. They start young, then compile long list into adulthood.
on July 7,2012 | 10:20AM
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