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3 men to appear in court over alleged theft of generators

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 08:56 a.m. HST, Dec 05, 2012

Three men are scheduled to be arraigned in Circuit Court this morning charged with stealing two generators from a Waikele self-storage facility Sunday.

David Matagiese, 29; Aulosoloso Iaulualo, 29; and Faafofoga Faafofoga, 28, have each been held in Oahu Community Correctional Center since Sunday unable to post $25,000 bail. They are charged with second-degree theft.

Police said an employee of the Pakele Street self-storage facility saw a truck enter the Waikele property at 12:37 p.m. and leave a few minutes later with two generators in its flatbed.

The employee checked the storage lockers owned by the facility and reported two generators missing.

The truck and the two generators were later located in Waipahu and the employee identified three suspects.

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on December 5,2012 | 08:16AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
Exactly. Hawaii needs to toughen up its punishment of thieves and other who commit property crimes. Many of these crimes are done by drug addicts and as such our system tends to be give them chance after chance to get drug "help". After going through these drug "help" they go on to commit more crimes. What happened to the three strikes law? A second offense should warrant a much stiffer penalty and their should be no parole. They should be required to serve the full sentence.
on December 5,2012 | 01:37PM
allie wrote:
Too many lax courts and judges out here
on December 5,2012 | 09:20AM
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