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2 men held after allegedly ramming police cruiser with stolen car


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Two men were arrested Saturday after the driver of a stolen vehicle rammed a police cruiser in Kaimuki.

Police said officers noticed the driver make a traffic violation and, after running a check, discovered the vehicle was stolen.

Officers stopped the vehicle after the driver pulled into a garage on Waialae Avenue about 2:30 p.m.

The driver then drove towards a police cruiser and hit the front driver side of the car, police said.

The passenger, a 39-year-old man, was arrested for investigation of car theft, and the driver was arrested for driving a stolen vehicle, criminal property damage, and several drug offenses after police allegedly found drugs on him during his arrest.







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cojef wrote:
Lolo, hop-head, ramming a police car. Stupidity to its utmost.
on July 30,2012 | 08:25AM
jusmetwocents wrote:
Dumb & Dumber...
on July 30,2012 | 09:59AM
Carang_da_buggahz wrote:
They should throw in a charge of attempted murder of a police officer as they usually do when someone goes after a cop with their vehicle. Why not this time?
on July 30,2012 | 10:40AM
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