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Teen arrested for allegedly taking boy's cell phone

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 02:23 a.m. HST, Nov 16, 2012

A 17-year-old boy was arrested Wednesday for allegedly stealing a cell phone from another boy who was waiting for a bus in Mililani last week.

Police said the suspect asked a 15-year-old boy if he could use his cell phone on Nov. 8. When the victim refused, the suspect threatened the boy, took the phone and fled on the bus, police said.

The juvenile suspect now faces a second-degree robbery charge.

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allie wrote:
lot of this kind of thing going on
on November 15,2012 | 07:20AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
Yikes! You mean on a global basis, right? Not just in Hawaii.....right?
on November 15,2012 | 09:11AM
cojef wrote:
Behavioral problems of this nature are attributable directly to family values established at an early age. Youths learn from how families perceive individual integrity and responsibilities to society. Family value are deficient in their homes.
on November 15,2012 | 07:28AM
olos73 wrote:
Kids nowadays don't think. Now the 17-year-old going get a police record. So young, so dumb.
on November 15,2012 | 07:32AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
Kids back when never think, either.
on November 15,2012 | 09:13AM
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