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Maui squatter sentenced

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 09:01 a.m. HST, Dec 17, 2012

WAILUKU » A man who was living in a foreclosed home on Maui and pretended to be its caretaker has been sentenced.

The Maui News reports that 44-year-old Joseph McKibben received one year of probation on Friday. He also was given credit for the 146 days he's already been in jail.

McKibben pleaded no contest to first-degree criminal trespassing and third-degree criminal property damage as part of a plea agreement. A first-degree burglary charge was dismissed.

Records show that McKibben stayed in a home on Ulana Street in Makawao from June 1 to July 21.

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cojef wrote:
Building up squatter's rights? Nah, just trying rip-off the owner by squatting rent free.
on December 17,2012 | 08:48AM
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