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Hawaii armored car worker charged with stealing from ATMs

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 02:01 a.m. HST, Sep 08, 2012

A former armored car worker pleaded not guilty Friday to stealing about $73,000 from the Hickam Federal Credit Union over a three-year period.

Steven Dagli was indicated by a federal grand jury on Aug. 30 with stealing cash from ATM machines owned by the credit union from February 2008 to August 2011.

Dagli made his initial court appearance before U.S. District Judge Barry Kurren on Friday. He is being represented by court-appointed attorney Salina Althof.

Dagli’s bail was set at $25,000. Trial is scheduled to begin Nov. 6 before U.S. District Judge Leslie Kobayashi.

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aomohoa wrote:
I wonder if they did a complete background check on this guy?
on September 7,2012 | 09:32PM
HD36 wrote:
The phony economic statistics can't hide the increase in crime.
on September 7,2012 | 10:31PM
ejkorvette wrote:
Well, here's another opportunity for the Hawaii Court system to really show their Ineptness. Federal Crime on a military base? He'll get 6months, then subtract that from time served waiting for his court date, sentencing, awaiting trial. Yep, he will be ordered to pay restitution, perform community service. After a few months, he'll be flipping burgers for Hawaii taxpayers before May 2013. Lucky he live Hawaii!!!
on September 8,2012 | 01:14AM
soundofreason wrote:
All hail Judge Perkins!!
on September 8,2012 | 08:16AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
on September 8,2012 | 03:31AM
cojef wrote:
Not convicted yet, nevertheless, since it's a Federal backed institution, isn't it under Federal jurisdiction? My question is why the low bail? The accused is charged with stealing $75,000 and bail only 1/3 rd of the amount stolen? Wonder if due deligence was conducted on his background check.by the armored car company?
on September 8,2012 | 06:58AM
localpoi wrote:
It took them 3 years to notice it?
on September 8,2012 | 07:08AM
soundofreason wrote:
Missed it by THAT much (Maxwell Smart)
on September 8,2012 | 08:17AM
livinginhawaii wrote:
I thought that they had to account for every bill that they picked up or delivered?
on September 8,2012 | 08:12AM
Anonymous wrote:
WHO NEEDS A PIN ????? Just go to work for an armored car company !!!!!
on September 8,2012 | 08:38AM
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