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Teen charged with striking Moiliili man with skateboard

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 09:04 a.m. HST, Oct 19, 2012

Police have charged a 14-year-old boy with allegedly assaulting a man with a skateboard Wednesday night after he confronted a gang of youths in Moiliili.

Police said the suspect was with a group of juveniles who the 36-year-old victim said were looking into his doorway. When the victim confronted the boys on the sidewalk in front of his home, the suspect allegedly hit him in the face with a skateboard.

The male suspect was turned over to juvenile authorities after being charged with second-degree assault.

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Kokoy wrote:
"ainokea" better da Bones Brigade, at least they had class.
on October 19,2012 | 09:15AM
Big C wrote:
I wish the SA would have a followup to tell if this teenager was a repeat offender. My guess he is. This would give justification to change the juvenile judicial laws. Keep up with changing society. Cannot use jevenile laws made decades ago!
on October 19,2012 | 09:40AM
olos73 wrote:
Look at all the incidents involving teens these days. Assaults, theft, etc. Too bad they are protected by law if the parents give them a good whipping like we had in the olden days. That's why they keep on doing it. If the parent just give them a good whack, the parent can be charged with abuse. Laws only protecting them from "learning" what is right and wrong. Society getting too soft, even on repeat and hardened criminals.
on October 19,2012 | 09:46AM
false wrote:
Parents don't know where their kids are in the first place now days. You might about the whack but whack or no whack so kids don't really care.
on October 19,2012 | 04:33PM
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