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Teen escapee from youth correctional facility arrested

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 07:46 a.m. HST, Nov 28, 2012



A 17-year-old girl is back in custody at the Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility and facing escape charges after scaling a fence at the Kailua facility.

Police said the suspect missed a headcount Tuesday night and was later caught on surveillance video climbing a fence.

Authorities called the suspect’s mother who told them where she was. The girl was taken into custody at 1:15 this morning.







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olos73 wrote:
Now, you going stay there LONGER...
on November 28,2012 | 06:50AM
RichardCory wrote:
No, it should be said, "You are going to stay there longer."
on November 28,2012 | 07:17AM
Bully wrote:
Seems so easy to just climb the fence and go home. Also, who was supposed to be watching the cameras?
on November 28,2012 | 08:00AM
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