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Police: 17-year-old hits younger sister with flashlight in Pearl City

By Star-Advertiser staff

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A 17-year-old boy allegedly hit his sister with a flashlight during argument Thursday morning at their Pearl City home, police said.

The fight started when the boy accused his 16-year-old sister of taking things from his bedroom and escalated when the boy allegedly hit his sister with his fist and a flashlight, police said.

Officers arrested the 17-year-old suspect on suspicion of misdemeanor abuse of a family member.







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busterb wrote:
Wonderful. Maybe year round school was a good idea! But lemme see... knives vs sister in Waipahu, flashlight vs sister in Pearl City... I gotta figure brothers threaten sisters with caviar spoons in Kahala.
on July 19,2012 | 08:46AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
What is this world coming to? And yes, I agree, the year-round school concept would help reduce this. When kids are idle they are more apt to get into trouble.
on July 19,2012 | 09:47AM
cojef wrote:
Wrong! Lack of parenting is the cause. Schools should not be shackled with behaviorial responsibilities. Moral behavior must be learned at home by parents leading the way how to act in society. This attitude of letting someone else mentor your own children is wrong. The family circle is where a child develope his social skills and moral character. Modern day parents are too busy seeking their own hedonism and failing to teach those that they brought into this world, or on the other side of the coin, eking out a living. Poverty, may have some influence, but parents with strong moral fiber will overcome the burdens of being poor.
on July 19,2012 | 10:17AM
gypsy wrote:
agree. yet another example of parents who shouldn't be parents.
on July 19,2012 | 12:39PM
hanaboy wrote:
Amen! Parents assume a huge responsibility when choosing to have kids. Parenting a child is not based on the economy or where you live. Responsible parents will teach their children proper behavior, no matter the size of their bank account or their zip code.
on July 19,2012 | 03:31PM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
Story is the flashlight assault occurred after the boy got tired of hearing his sister singing "You Light Up My Life".
on July 19,2012 | 10:41AM
busterb wrote:
Holy cow. Justifiable then... thanks for the heads up.
on July 19,2012 | 11:26AM
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