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Men impersonating police rob house in Ewa Beach

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 07:20 a.m. HST, Jan 16, 2013

Police are looking for three men who broke into an Ewa Beach home Tuesday claiming to be law enforcement officers.

The suspects, one who was armed, allegedly robbed the 66-year-old homeowner. Police did say what was taken in the robbery from the man.

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allie wrote:
West side is really in trouble.
on January 16,2013 | 07:05AM
ponowai wrote:
Take it easy Allie, that's the kind of comment that irritates people, unless that's what you're trying to do. Problems are everywhere. When you keep telling everyone how bad it is here, guess where they'll tell you to go.
on January 16,2013 | 07:25AM
allie wrote:
Just saying I read about most of the crimes being on the West side. I am just repeating the facts
on January 16,2013 | 07:37AM
Care to quantify that stat? I would think that the majority of crimes committed is in the urban core of Honolulu. Maybe you mean crimes per capita.
on January 16,2013 | 07:53AM
myviewofthings wrote:
i would love to see you last a day running your mouth on the WEST SIDE .
on January 16,2013 | 07:57AM
Songoboy wrote:
alie....you hear about the west side all the time because nobody reports crimes on "the other side." in the 80's i was appalled that my cousin who went to roosevelt high school told me that a large sudent "body slammed" a petite asian female teacher. i didnt her anything about that! and back then KGMB goes to campbell high school to report a fight. think about it. repeating the facts....you are just misinformed! i agree with ponowai that your comment would irritate people. just like how my co-worker who lives in palolo valley...always commenting whenever there is a news story about a shooting, robbery or murder....he ALWAYS says "where that guy from, westside?" people from "the other side" are just misinformed.......thanks media.
on January 16,2013 | 08:47AM
allie wrote:
good points..thanks
on January 17,2013 | 04:21AM
myviewofthings wrote:
on January 16,2013 | 07:52AM
scooters wrote:
Home owner gun = Home owner 3..Bad guy's 0.. End of story.
on January 16,2013 | 08:29AM
Slow wrote:
So, Scooters, seeing a police officer at the door, you would first get your loaded gun? Exactly when would you start shooting.
on January 16,2013 | 08:42AM
kainalu wrote:
Touché! Otherwise, you've got to go back 4-decades to find a single-case of a "self defense" shooting by an ordinary citizen. Other than by law-enforcement, "self defense" shootings are so rare they don't even register in most states - like Hawaii. Meanwhile, a person is gunned-down on-average every-hour in the United States. More citizens lost to gun-violence every-year for the past decade, more than the total number of combat-soldiers lost in Iraq and Afghanistan during that same period.
on January 16,2013 | 11:06AM
HaoleGuy wrote:
How many in Hawaii? Exactly.
on January 16,2013 | 10:30PM
scooters wrote:
@Slow: They claimed to be police officers! How were they dressed, what ID did they use,were their police vehicles outside, what time of day was this? Most citizens can recognize a phony police officer..I sure can.. and yes, If I see 3 unk males knocking on my door..my gun is ready..show proper ID...then I would believe you..if not stand by..
on January 16,2013 | 04:29PM
LRC wrote:
Did say or did not say???
on January 16,2013 | 08:36AM
cojef wrote:
The downed economy must have hit the theives the hardest, to use this tactics to rob people in their homes. Guess, bullying and robbing on the streets are no longer profitable?
on January 16,2013 | 08:45AM
ethan wrote:
Allie, 9 out of 10 people on the westside are the nicest, most genuine, down to earth people in the world. Your act is getting old.
on January 16,2013 | 09:11AM
allie wrote:
i agree
on January 17,2013 | 04:20AM
mikethenovice wrote:
At my house, you will answer to the pit bulls first.
on January 16,2013 | 12:18PM
Tahitigirl55 wrote:
I live on the Windward side and we do get our share. It doesn't happen on the West, East, Windward, and Leeward side it is all over the island. Before time when my parent were young raised on the Westside you don't do anything because the whole island knew what you did not from the paper but from your family. Our family lives all over this island. Lets just say the Coconut Wireless. We need to go back to the good old days - give the kids a good wack - rubber hose, yard stick and whatever your parent found near them.
on January 16,2013 | 12:38PM
Giligan wrote:
Real police should shoot them on sight. Don't shoot erractic drivers.
on January 17,2013 | 05:08AM
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