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Police: 13-year-old found with glass pipe, driving stolen mo-ped

By Star-Advertiser staff

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Honolulu Police arrested a 13-year-old boy early this morning under suspicion of driving a stolen mo-ped and promoting dangerous drugs, according to police records.

Police said an officer spotted the mo-ped driver around 3:30 a.m. on Farrington Highway near Mailiili Road and pulled him over under suspicion of driving without a headlight.

The officer noticed the ignition of the mo-ped had been tampered with and the license number was that of a stolen moped, police said.

While conducting a routine search of the suspect, the officer also found a glass pipe containing apparent crystal methamphetamine residue in his pocket, police said.







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Masami wrote:
13 years old? Out at 3:30 a.m.? Oh yeah....he's a "good boy........just ROTTEN PARENTS".
on September 9,2012 | 02:09PM
Waipahunokaoi wrote:
Good luck to the boy and his entire Ohana. They'll need it.
on September 9,2012 | 02:54PM
Wazdat wrote:
Dam that is no good. ICE is the worst. Wonder what his parents are like?
on September 9,2012 | 03:05PM
droid wrote:
Looks like the powers that be are taking pity on this boy since he is "only" facing UEMV and drug charges. My understanding is you need to be at least 15 years old to get a driver's permit - and then only drive with a licensed driver present in the vehicle.
on September 9,2012 | 03:34PM
808comp wrote:
They have a law about not giving out the minors name. I think that law should be changed. If a minor can do a crime their names should be made public . How sad,such a young age.
on September 9,2012 | 04:11PM
Big C wrote:
I agree 100%. If they want to protect the minor, just post either the name or the culprit's picture.
on September 9,2012 | 07:22PM
soundofreason wrote:
Better to post the PARENT'S names.
on September 9,2012 | 09:12PM
soundofreason wrote:
Then we could get a head start on printing, yet ANOTHER, nomination certificate for the annual Parents of the Year awards. It's gonna be a close race this year.
on September 9,2012 | 09:15PM
livinginhawaii wrote:
They really need to change the law so that these criminals can be named in order to PROTECT the public. This could be my next door neighbor and we have no way of knowing that my kids and I ive next door to a criminal!
on September 9,2012 | 04:24PM
kawikakoike96819 wrote:
@ Masami- I AGREE!........ POOR PARENTING
on September 9,2012 | 04:29PM
Anonymous wrote:
WHERE ARE THIS KIDS' NO GOOD PARENTS AT THAT TIME OF THE NIGHT...some people just know how to make 'em but don't know how to raise 'em...parents like that should be held 100% accountable for their kids actions. Maybe then they'll take the time to become responsible parents !!!!!
on September 9,2012 | 04:39PM
SteveToo wrote:
What? " pulled him over under suspicion of driving without a headlight." I would think at 3:30 am the officer could tell FOR SURE if the headlight was on or off.
on September 9,2012 | 06:38PM
iwanaknow wrote:
Hey, ease up, my son is a good boy.......it's just that he has lousy friends. Blame them.
on September 9,2012 | 06:48PM
808warriorfan wrote:
Then why do you let your kid have friends like that...lay down the law...you are the parent...no it's not your childs fault...IT'S YOURS
on September 9,2012 | 08:22PM
whs1966 wrote:
You can bet that this youngster is a superb student who has never been in trouble at school, unless, of course, he's hanging out with "the wrong kids.". Let's also remember that even miscreants like this are expected to meet or exceed academic expectations on the Hawaii State Assessment under NCLB, 100% of students are expected to be academically successful.) and when they don't it's the teachers' or schools' fault--certainly not the parents' fault. And, oh, these "challenging students" suck up an incredible amount of time and energy in the schools, time and energy that should be used to help more serious students.
on September 9,2012 | 07:36PM
waianae94 wrote:
Agreed. I can't stand how the public always blames schools and teachers, and compare private schools to public ones. Privates schools don't need to deal with the stuff that public schools deal with. As a teacher, I've had druggie students transfer into my classes because they were kicked out of private schools all the time.
on September 9,2012 | 09:39PM
waianae94 wrote:
I bet he was selling drugs FOR his parents.
on September 9,2012 | 07:37PM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
That kid needs a good old fashioned spanking. What? You can't spank kids anymore? No wonder they are out of control.
on September 9,2012 | 08:02PM
soundofreason wrote:
Parents should be arrested for child endangerment/neglet. Then maybe, FINALLY, others will start to take notice and change their ways due to fear. The concept of being responsible has eluded them AND our justice system.
on September 9,2012 | 09:17PM
ejkorvette wrote:
13yrs young! If Hawaii ever wanted to become like the Mainland, they are headed in the right/wrong direction! This is a disgrace.
on September 9,2012 | 09:29PM
venacular50 wrote:
I agree. In my major metropolitan city there is a midnight curfew for 18 year olds. The "wilding" phenomena amongst other things got out of hand. Any parent who does not know where their child is or supposed to be, must bear the burden of guilt. Over 18 years old, its debatable, but under 18 years old, crack the skull.
on September 9,2012 | 10:22PM
sixthsense wrote:
A 13 y.o. out at 3 a.m. Were his parents busy sleeping? Another out-of-control teen. Detention home will only make him worse off. He needs to live in a group home with a lot of therapy.
on September 9,2012 | 10:08PM
Publicbraddah wrote:
Obviously, you can't post a picture of the boy since he's 13 but how about posting his parents pictures. What a piece of work!!
on September 10,2012 | 06:38AM
bluebowl wrote:
And the 13 year old was just doing this on his own? I doubt it. Organized crime is always recuiting new members.
on September 10,2012 | 07:48AM
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