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Police arrest Kapolei man for alleged kidnapping, terroristic threatening

By Star-Advertiser staff

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A 24-year-old Kapolei man is in custody after he allegedly terrorized and kidnapped three women and a man last month.

Police said the suspect got into an argument with a 23-year-old man Sept. 16 at a home in Kalaeloa.

The argument escalated and suspect allegedly threatened the man with a knife. The man left the home. However, the suspect didn’t allow the three women — ages 24, 25 and 26 — to leave and threatened them with a knife and a hammer.

The suspect was arrested Thursday night on suspicion of three counts of kidnapping and four counts of first-degree terroristic threatening.







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daniwitz13 wrote:
It seems that the "word" threatening is a one size fits all word. But what is a threat? It seems like a criminal free speech. Free speech that is a little forceful, that the 'other' person "claims" the other said. If it's one on one, it need NOT be said at all, it's what one Claims the other said. The Police do NOT know or care if it was a threat, only that the other party SAID SO. There never was and easier way to get even, punish the other party than to say, "he threatened me". The Police do NOT ask themselves, well he said he didn't but the other said he did. What do the do? Arrest the one that said he didn't. All a woman needs to tell the Police is that he 'threatened' me with a kitchen knife. Well I'll be damn, there's a drawer full of kitchen knives in the house. Can it ever be proven that he did take the knife out? I think not. But off to prison he goes. PITY.
on October 26,2012 | 11:01AM
daniwitz13 wrote:
I'm for thinking that when the SA prints out "comment has been sent for approval" that one can kiss it goodby. My comment points out a fallacy in our judicial system, but the free pressing paper of the SA won't have it. My comment criticizes the method used by our Courts and Police and the free press will NOT print it. I guess there is NO freedom of comments and no freedom to speak out against injustice. Pity.
on October 26,2012 | 11:14AM
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