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Police arrest boys, ages 12 and 13, for allegedly breaking into car

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 12:57 a.m. HST, Dec 28, 2012



Police arrested two suspected young car thieves Wednesday night after witnesses saw them in their car late Wednesday night.

Police said a 53-year-old woman and 24-year-old man saw the boys, ages 12 and 13, in their car and confronted them at about 7 p.m. at an undisclosed Honolulu location. 

The boys fled, but one of the witnesses chased after them until police arrived and arrested the suspects.

Police said the boys had an item belonging to the 24-year-old man on them when they were detained.

After being processed for their arrests on suspicion of  unauthorized entry into a motor vehicle, the boys were released pending further investigation.







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olos73 wrote:
Why release them? Just send them to juvenile detention and make them learn. You release them, they think they can get away with it again. Dumb system...Why waste your time arresting them, and let them go? Taxpayers money down the drain.
on December 27,2012 | 07:35AM
grantos wrote:
i think it's called due process. we can't choose when it is applied
on December 27,2012 | 08:23AM
dontbelieveinmyths wrote:
But even if convicted, because of their age, they'll be free. Free to commit more crime. Until one day they think they are invincible and turn violent and we'll wonder why.
on December 27,2012 | 09:27AM
Publicbraddah wrote:
Knowing nothing will happen to them, I say beat the hell out of them instead of turning them over to our judicial process.
on December 27,2012 | 09:39AM
Masami wrote:
"Like"
on December 27,2012 | 01:34PM
allie wrote:
too slack a response.
on December 27,2012 | 12:09PM
whs1966 wrote:
You can bet these two punks are model students. And under NCLB, 100% of our public school students must meet expectations...or teachers and principals will be held accountable.
on December 27,2012 | 09:32AM
bumbye wrote:
too obtuse for me
on December 28,2012 | 07:24AM
false wrote:
Mom to Judge: they're good boys.
on December 27,2012 | 10:30AM
Oahuan wrote:
Make the parents go to jail.
on December 27,2012 | 10:49AM
islandsun wrote:
Their parents are teaching them young so they can gain the experience faster.
on December 27,2012 | 11:09AM
808warriorfan wrote:
ARREST THE PARENTS TOO...LET'S START HOLDING THEM ACCOUNTABLE...IF I RUN FOR OFFICE AND THIS IS A GOAL OF MINE WOULD YOU VOTE FOR ME ?????
on December 27,2012 | 08:04PM
bumbye wrote:
"undisclosed Honolulu location" - my guess Kalihi.
on December 27,2012 | 11:50PM
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