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Police arrest 18 drivers on suspicion of being intoxicated

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 10:17 a.m. HST, Sep 03, 2012

Honolulu police arrested 18 people overnight on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, according to police records. 

The arrests occurred between 11 p.m. Saturday and 5 a.m. Sunday, mostly in the downtown Honolulu and Waikiki areas. Two arrests occurred in windward Oahu, two in Kapolei, one in Ewa Beach and three in various locations on the H-1 freeway.

Five women and 13 men were arrested, police records show. Officers arrested one other man for having an open container of alcohol, but he was not arrested for DUI.

Two of the men face additional charges including refusal to submit to a Breathalyzer test, driving without a license and driving without insurance.

Two of the women arrested were under the age of 21, according to police. 

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olos73 wrote:
GOOD. We don't need drunks driving and endangering innocent people. The 2 women under 21 should have their licenses taken away. Driving is a privilege, not a right.
on September 2,2012 | 12:40PM
soundofreason wrote:
GREAT job!! Now, let's the "progress" of each of these cases. It would be interesting to see why people have learned to just not care.
on September 2,2012 | 01:16PM
soundofreason wrote:
correction - Let's FOLLOW the progress...........
on September 2,2012 | 02:48PM
kainalu wrote:
How come their names and pictures aren't plastered all over the lead stories and headlines of our local news like Colt's is? Colt was arrested a couple of weeks ago, and up until yesterday his photo and that arrest story where still in the headlines. Apparently, if you give of yourself to this community and then make a mistake, our local news feel it's open season to continuously embarass you and drag your name through mud.
on September 2,2012 | 01:48PM
olos73 wrote:
That's just it, they're not "spotlight" people, that's why no names or pics. Nobody cares about John or Jane Doe. Colt's name and pic been in the news for years, so, people expect that. Just like that chick, Snooki giving birth. Who over here cares? But, just because she has (had) a TV show, it's in the paper here. Colt and any celebrity/local sports figure is under the microscope. Yeah, when he played here it was OK to have his name and pic in the news everytime, but, since his accident on the Big Island and now, his DUI case, the GOOD and BAD of Colt is still news. No matter what, as long as he's still in Hawaii, and no matter what he does, he'll be on everyone's watch.
on September 2,2012 | 05:08PM
ejkorvette wrote:
Excellent work HPD. Now it is the Court's turn. Make these people that were caught an example. I'm not saying "Shoot them at Dawn", but prosecute and teach them the error of their decision so they will not repeat in the future.
on September 2,2012 | 03:55PM
thanks4reading wrote:
was colt out driving again?
on September 2,2012 | 05:10PM
false wrote:
Nah! Only Maya out with her bong singing "There'll be a hot time in town tonight".
on September 2,2012 | 05:25PM
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