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Teen arrested for threatening Wahiawa schoolteacher

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 08:46 a.m. HST, Sep 13, 2012



A 14-year-old boy was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly threatened a teacher at a Wahiawa public school.

The suspect threatened the 47-year-old female teacher with bodily harm, police said. The incident occurred at 11:20 a.m.

The school was not identified by the police.







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allie wrote:
yikes..scary out there
on September 13,2012 | 08:12AM
Big C wrote:
If found guilty, post the culprit's picture OR name. The laws need to be changed to adopt to today's changing society.
on September 13,2012 | 08:25AM
johncdechon wrote:
Identify the school...why the coverup? Let us know which schools have such punks in them.
on September 13,2012 | 10:10AM
Nesmith wrote:
All stand and cheer for green and gold - Leilehua is my guess.
on September 14,2012 | 05:06AM
daniwitz13 wrote:
The Law needs to be changed to outlaw the WORD "threatened". The WORD could mean anything and everything. Threats are WORDS not deeds. Threats are WORDS that say I 'might' do something or do nothing, your choice. Maybe now, later, tomorrow, one year, 5 years or NEVER. Does one punish someone that 'might' do something now. or still punish someone that 'might do it 5 years from now? There obviously need to have a time element.somewhere. What if one 'threatens' to hit you 5 years from now, what then? A present threat never the less? If a teacher says that because of to much talking, there will be a test tomorrow. Is that a "threat" of some sort? Is he "threatening" my brain? It gets ridiculous if one analyzes it. In essence, punish someone for using "WORDS'. (isn't that what they go to school for?) Remember also, even bad 'words' are Constitutional. Free Speech. Pity.
on September 13,2012 | 10:20AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
Although we cannot blame it all on parenting as some children are born with conditions that make them more apt to act out, parents do play a big role to this. Often than not they come from families that lack a father figure. Often the mother is left alone to raise the child and without the help of a father. It is sad but the current state of affairs. Many single parents have to work while their children are left alone at home or on the streets. You will see them out on the streets late at night unsupervised. Police should crack down on curfew and these children should be placed in proper programs. Again, discipline is lacking due to the hands-off policy and then there are the other extremes where the disciplining is out of hand and physical punishment is brutal. There has to be a middle ground where the discipline matches the situation. In the meantime, they are going to be the ones going in and out of jail causing you and I grief.
on September 13,2012 | 12:40PM
rayhawaii wrote:
Hate to see what parents are like. Should spank parents first. Sometimes the blame goes on second hand smoke kids get at home and driving to school in the car. Kids all doped out that small things tick them off.
on September 14,2012 | 02:45AM
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