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Authorities hunt down alleged thief hiding in Kawainui swamp

By Star-Advertiser staff

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Police and state officials teamed up this week to catch a theft suspect who had camped out in Kawainui swamp.

The 27-year-old suspect had established an encampment in the Kaelepulu Stream area near the Kawainui dike mangrove and authorities had to use a canoe to get there.

When police officers and Department of Land and Natural Resources enforcement officers approached the man, who was hiding in the bushes, the suspect fled.

A foot chase ensued and the suspect was apprehended and placed under arrest for two warrants and felony theft. 






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DABLACK wrote:
Why get all them officers dirty ?? Call the "DOG" !!
on December 13,2012 | 08:52AM
Tarakian wrote:
good idea, if the dog can track in water...kawainui marsh...
on December 13,2012 | 01:12PM
false wrote:
you can run but you can't hide...
on December 13,2012 | 09:19AM
cojef wrote:
Pay "Dog the Bounty Hunter", let him get his britches wet and dirty.
on December 13,2012 | 02:12PM
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