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OCCC inmate arrested for robbery last month

By Star-Advertiser staff


Police arrested a 34-year-old man at the Oahu Community Correctional Center Sunday morning for allegedly robbing a woman in Aiea in last month.

Police said an argument between the suspect and a 30-year-old woman  escalated into a fight on June 13. The woman fled into a public restroom, locked herself in a stall and called police. The suspect broke into the stall and allegedly took her personal property.

Police said arrested the man on suspicion of second-degree robbery.

The incident happened before the suspect was arrested and sent to OCCC , where he is awaiting trial on an unrelated charge of fourth-degree theft.

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nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
They should put people convicted of robbery on the registry. I would like to know where THEY live. Also, I'd like to know where the convicted burglars live.
on July 16,2012 | 10:31AM
kauai wrote:
And the governor recently signed that early-release law; wonderful.
on July 16,2012 | 11:19AM
allie wrote:
Yikes..he could hardly wait to commit mayhem again. Keep the bu. m in prison and tell Abs to keep dangerous prisoners on the mainland where they can be dealt with.
on July 16,2012 | 12:24PM
olos73 wrote:
Didn't have to go far to find him. How come they cannot find all the other criminals running around?
on July 16,2012 | 07:15PM
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