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Officers find 'Molotov cocktails' after stopping man's vehicle in Ewa Beach

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:26 a.m. HST, Aug 05, 2012



An officer discovered two "Molotov cocktails" in the front seat of a vehicle after a routine traffic stop in Ewa Beach and arrested the driver, police said.

The officer pulled the 33-year-old man over at about 5 p.m. Saturday at Kalapu and Komana streets on a routine traffic stop and noticed two open bottles next to the driver. At first, the bottles appeared to be beer, but upon closer inspection the officer noticed they were explosive devices, police said.

The man did not give police an address. Police arrested him for possession of a prohibited explosive device and two outstanding arrest warrants.







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SueH wrote:
What about the address on his driver's license???.......Hellooooooo?
on August 4,2012 | 11:21AM
Kealii wrote:
...which is obviously 100% accurate regardless of whether the driver relocated, got evicted, refused to update his new address, etc. Yes, we have the latest technology in drivers licensing where our licenses auto-update in real time without the need for any driver interaction and is never wrong! Hi! How you doing?
on August 4,2012 | 11:51AM
cojef wrote:
could be stolen license, than address and name would be unknown?? how then do you identify. if you mean to do harm, you are not going to carry any legitimate i/d. in fact no i/d.
on August 4,2012 | 01:50PM
allie wrote:
yikes...what next
on August 5,2012 | 08:34AM
Pocho wrote:
What driver's license? No need nowadays. I'm surprised the car has a safety check, insurance, registration and all that. Maybe go insurance too which would surprise me
on August 4,2012 | 01:38PM
Anonymous wrote:
If he was an illegal alien, in some states, the police would just let him go. How's that make you feel about being an honest-to-goodness American "Citizen"?
on August 4,2012 | 01:47PM
entrkn wrote:
Don't arsonists use those to start malicious brush fires?...
on August 4,2012 | 02:19PM
olos73 wrote:
Has 2 outstanding arrest warrants so should have some kind of address. If not legit, then, just use OCCC.
on August 5,2012 | 08:51AM
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