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Police capture escaped murder suspect in Kakaako

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 09:38 p.m. HST, Feb 20, 2013


An Oahu Community Correctional Center prisoner awaiting trial on second-degree murder charges was captured on Waimanu Street in Kakaako just before 7:30 tonight, about 12 hours after he escaped from custody while being transported to Circuit Court.

The Department of Public Safety identified the escapee as Teddy Munet, who was being held in connection with the 2012 death of William Fallau.

Honolulu Police Department units responded to a 911 call around 7:20 p.m. in front of 1133 Waimanu Street, a condominium complex, and arrested him without incident, HPD said.

Munet — who is 5-foot-9 and 150 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes — escaped at the court building in Kakaako at 8:05 a.m. He was in the custody of OCCC officers who were supposed to transfer him to state sheriffs at the court where he was scheduled for a pre-trial hearing, said HPD spokesman Maj. Richard Robinson.

About 25 plainclothes officers and uniformed patrols combed the downtown area searching for Munet this morning, Robinson said. He confirmed that there had been reported sightings of Munet at Kakaako Park and an attempted carjacking near the Circuit Court building shortly after he escaped.

"He's a very dangerous suspect," Robinson said, noting that Munet may have been able to free himself from his handcuffs and belly chain in the hours after his escape.

DPS officials said Munet was wearing black shorts and a black "hoodie" sweatshirt, which he may have used to conceal his handcuffs and belly chains.

HPD said Munet has a series of tattoos on his body including a skull wearing a baseball cap covering the entire left side of his neck, a large marijuana leave across his chest, the word "GRAMZ" across his stomach and what appears to be a full-back Hawaiian warrior helmet on his back.

State Public Safety Director Ted Sakai said Munet should have been in leg shackles but was not.

Four vans arrived in the prisoner unloading area and each van contained two corrections officers, Sakai said. The van Munet was in had eight inmates.

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» St. Andrew's Priory School
» Stepping Stones Academy
» Kawaiaha'o Church School
» Royal School
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Schools put on standby / precautionary lockdown
» Maryknoll Grade School
» Maryknoll High School

“It was pretty heavy load this morning,” Sakai said. “As they were unloading the vans, one of the inmates bolted and escaped.”

Munet ran up the ramp and to Reed Lane heading in the Diamond Head direction, Sakai said. One of the corrections officer gave chase but Munet had a head start and the officer could not catch up, he said.

Munet was being held in Oahu Community Correctional Center on $1 million bail. He is charged with second-degree murder, second-degree promotion of a dangerous drug, possessing drug paraphernalia and three firearms counts.

Hikers found Fallau's body July 19 at the Kawainui State Park Reserve. He had been shot in the back of his neck.

Munet's attorney, Edward Harada of the state public defender's office, said today's hearing was on a routine motion asking for police records related to the case.

Harada said Munet pleaded not guilty and intends to take the case to trial, which is set for April.

Harada told The Associated Press that has not changed despite the escape.

"Of course, he has to be apprehended and we'll take it from there," Harada said.

More than 20 schools and pre-schools in the area went into lockdown after the escape.

At KCAA Muriel Preschool, center director Cora Gibo said lunch was served to students in their classrooms.

"We notified parents and assured them we are in lockdown and we're in a safe situation," Gibo said.

By 1:30 p.m., most locked down campuses allowed students to leave when school ended.

A lockdown was lifted around 1 p.m. at Maryknoll School, where students were released to parents. For students who walk or catch a bus home, school officials were getting permission from parents before letting those students leave the Makiki campus.

At Montessori Community School in Makiki, students were allowed to leave when school let out at 2:30, but the campus avoided "a broad release of students" as a precaution, according to a school official. After-school programs remained on lockdown.

A Department of Education spokeswoman said most public-school students at locked down campuses were allowed to leave when school let out at 1:30. 

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Star-Advertiser reporters Gregg Kakesako, Gordon Y.K. Pang, Nanea Kalani, Craig Gima, Radley Kanda and the Associated Press contributed to this story.







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nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
They should legislate tougher penalties for escape. Currently, the penalty is about five years and given that this guy has serious charges he couldn't care less about an additional five year charge. They should up the penalty to ten years for escaping from a law enforcement officer. That penalty should be placed in a placard that is readily visible to the offender within the cop car and in holding cells. Ten years may be harsh to some but, hey, do the crime, do the time.
on February 20,2013 | 09:07AM
Kiyoshi2011 wrote:
Why not just make it a life sentence?
on February 20,2013 | 09:17AM
nitpikker wrote:
aclu would say that is cruel and inhumane punishment!
on February 20,2013 | 09:19AM
niimi wrote:
ACLU merged with Haven't Got, a non-profit for the underprivileged. The new organization is named Haven't Got ACLU.
on February 20,2013 | 05:22PM
Pocho wrote:
just shot em on site. Save Money
on February 20,2013 | 10:58AM
stingray65 wrote:
Shoot on sight!!
on February 20,2013 | 01:38PM
Anonymous wrote:
SHOOT ON SIGHT!!!
on February 20,2013 | 11:04PM
dontbelieveinmyths wrote:
Million dollar bail for murder? Cops should be able to hunt this guy and have the right to shoot if any non-compliance is detected.
on February 20,2013 | 09:24AM
luv2play wrote:
yeah, that'll stop this guy.
on February 20,2013 | 10:40AM
Sunny wrote:
Tougher penalties would not have made a difference to this guy, I don't think he gave his escape much thought. The opportunity was presented and he bolted.
on February 20,2013 | 10:42AM
allie wrote:
ummm..he executed the Samoan guy. Is that what they call second degree murder out here?
on February 20,2013 | 12:21PM
Grimbold wrote:
If the funny characters posing as correction officers would shackle prisoners at transfers no such escape could happen.
on February 20,2013 | 03:17PM
sjean wrote:
Why are the courts not using video conferencing instead of physical transfer? Job Security?
on February 20,2013 | 03:36PM
Sandyfeet wrote:
How does a guy in belly chains and hand cuffs escape from police custody? Come on HPD, raise your game.
on February 20,2013 | 09:20AM
Anonymous wrote:
DPS is not HPD. I don't see any mention of HPD in the story.
on February 20,2013 | 09:25AM
false wrote:
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on February 20,2013 | 09:27AM
allie wrote:
yes and totally incompetent. How do you lose a handcuffed prisoner?
on February 20,2013 | 09:37AM
96706 wrote:
Must've been a relative "guarding" him. A short and fat relative who is a sheriff.
on February 20,2013 | 11:18AM
dufus wrote:
Agree, these OCCC guards are obese and slow moving....reason why they couldn't catch this criminal!!
on February 20,2013 | 05:03PM
olos73 wrote:
Wait little while. Going get job openings as Corrections Officers.
on February 20,2013 | 05:43PM
caseyjun2001 wrote:
ACOs not Sheriffs
on February 20,2013 | 06:52PM
caseyjun2001 wrote:
I agree with that. No excuse. Guards forgot to leg shackle the guy too, which is procedure.
on February 20,2013 | 06:46PM
caseyjun2001 wrote:
Not Sheriffs, Adult Corrections Officer (ACOs) for DPS. The guy escaped from the ACOs before the Sheriffs took custody in court.
on February 20,2013 | 06:45PM
Sandyfeet wrote:
That's fair. I think you get my point though. It's just surprising that he was able to escape. Whoever is responsible for not doing their job deserves to be reprimanded significantly. I just don't understand how this type of thing happens.
on February 20,2013 | 09:44AM
false wrote:
Please learn the facts before making accusations.
on February 20,2013 | 06:48PM
koki wrote:
Well sandyfeet we don't live in a perfect world. In a perfect world these things wouldn't happen. By the way know the facts before you start blaming HPD for this incident. ACO's messed up before transferring custody to the Sheriffs.
on February 20,2013 | 10:31PM
stingray65 wrote:
Correct, Department of Public Safety..Not HPD..
on February 20,2013 | 01:40PM
billygoat wrote:
ACO
on February 20,2013 | 02:02PM
niimi wrote:
HPD seems to be trying to wipe the behinds for the DPS.
on February 20,2013 | 05:25PM
grantos wrote:
DPS is not HPD. I don't see any mention of HPD in the story.
on February 20,2013 | 09:26AM
Pocho wrote:
I hear Sheriffs make more money than HPD even
on February 20,2013 | 11:39AM
false wrote:
If you think that it true, go apply
on February 20,2013 | 06:49PM
ghstar wrote:
Don't prisoners wear prison clothing that makes them stand out from the rest of the people out walking around? How come a prisoner is taken out of his cell wearing a hoodie that can hide this handcuffs? Sometimes you have to wonder about the Sheriffs' Dept. This isn't the first guy to escape this year. Is anybody there using their head?
on February 20,2013 | 09:26AM
primo1 wrote:
I believe sheriffs or corrections officers are responsible for prisoner transfer to and from court. But you're correct - they gotta raise their game.
on February 20,2013 | 09:29AM
Publicbraddah wrote:
How about leg chains? Makes it difficult to run very fast. I don't understand a murder suspect who is not properly secured.
on February 20,2013 | 10:42AM
allie wrote:
yup
on February 20,2013 | 10:56AM
PokeStop wrote:
Sheriffs and ACO's would never be able to catch this clown even with leg shackles. Ever see how fat and out of shape these Sehriffs/ACO's are?
on February 20,2013 | 11:33AM
Publicbraddah wrote:
Good point!
on February 20,2013 | 01:13PM
Grimbold wrote:
Don't keep slow moving overweight sheriffs on the payroll.
on February 20,2013 | 03:19PM
dufus wrote:
Agree, lots of obese Sheriffs and OCCC guards.....they all big for nothin! If you had a slim, fit, tough alert guard guarantee he would catch this criminal.
on February 20,2013 | 05:09PM
jess wrote:
Not HPD. OCCC guards are Dept of Public Safety.
on February 20,2013 | 11:40AM
niimi wrote:
What happened to good old fashioned leg irons? That would have worked better.
on February 20,2013 | 05:24PM
caseyjun2001 wrote:
To Sandyfeet. What an ignorant fool. The male was in custody of DPS prison guards. The Police are not involved in transporting pre trial felons to court, while they are housed in prison or the county jail. Please educate yourself. Thank you!
on February 20,2013 | 06:44PM
caseyjun2001 wrote:
Please raise your IQ Sandyfeet
on February 20,2013 | 06:51PM
pakeheat wrote:
How did he escape from police custody, he must have taken a tip from David Copperfield? LOL
on February 20,2013 | 09:21AM
allie wrote:
da dude went surfing
on February 20,2013 | 09:38AM
pakeheat wrote:
being handcuffed to his waist also, I think he wouldn't want to drown just yet, LOL.
on February 20,2013 | 09:41AM
false wrote:
Please read the article again. Your reading comprehension is not too good. The guy escaped from DPS ACOs
on February 20,2013 | 06:50PM
entrkn wrote:
This sounds really fishy. Aren't prisoners supposed to wear orange coveralls and ankle chains? What kind of vehicle was he being transported in, a convertible with the top down?
on February 20,2013 | 09:22AM
pakeheat wrote:
You watch too much tv shows, look at the photo, maybe that shows what he was wearing.
on February 20,2013 | 09:43AM
markat wrote:
article says he was wearing black shorts and a black hoodie. is that standard issue? especially when being transported outside the prison? do they also issue a pair of fake eyeglasses/nose/mustache nowadays? and what happened to the guards who were transporting him? did he overpower them or did he just walk away when they went on a coffee break? (just being sarcastic so don't get in a huff..... but you gotta wonder.....)
on February 20,2013 | 09:53AM
Hanalei13 wrote:
He is a pre-trial detainee. As he has not been convicted and was due in court, he would have been in civilian clothing.
on February 20,2013 | 10:00AM
caseyjun2001 wrote:
Pre trial prisoners are issued prison scrubs, but they are allowed to change for court hearings. Most guys where suits to look like they are not criminals.
on February 20,2013 | 06:55PM
allie wrote:
What the,,,how does this happen?????
on February 20,2013 | 09:36AM
FrankieT wrote:
Yes, you would think there would be measures put into place to prevent. It is not that they haven't thought about this. Sounds like somebody wanted to get a plate lunch or something and didn't think a few minutes away would be a problem.
on February 20,2013 | 02:05PM
pckjan67 wrote:
It isn't HPD's custody banana!!!!!
on February 20,2013 | 09:41AM
inverse wrote:
Was not to long ago a prisoner escaped by climbing through the false ceiling panels and into another room then left the court house building. Is it State Sheriff or OCCC staff who messed up this time?
on February 20,2013 | 09:42AM
gsc wrote:
What a joke.....
on February 20,2013 | 09:45AM
allie wrote:
a joke that could turn into a nightmare
on February 20,2013 | 09:54AM
PokeStop wrote:
Hope he doesn't pull a stunt like that dude Dorner in California! Lock your doors! He's coming to a community near you!
on February 20,2013 | 09:53AM
lowtone123 wrote:
Why isn't he and others being transferred or moved not wearing shackles around their ankles so they cannot run but have to shuffle their feet. Even if they were to escape they would be easy to spot with the chain between their feet.
on February 20,2013 | 09:57AM
awahana wrote:
Tougher penalties? cmon.
If the people he was in custody with, were paying attention and doing their jobs, instead of using their phones, smoking, and goofing off, this would not happen.
This should be grounds for dismissal. One strike.
on February 20,2013 | 09:58AM
mrluke wrote:
Were you there? Do you have details no one else knows? Thousands of prisoners have been in and out of there without incident. BTW, how is your work record? Ever made a mistake? Ever been in charge of anything important?
on February 20,2013 | 10:39AM
bodysurf_ah wrote:
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on February 20,2013 | 10:11AM
primo1 wrote:
Nah just use the real thing...
on February 20,2013 | 10:18AM
LanaUlulani wrote:


Oh look. A SUSPECTED murderer is on the loose which is a threat to the SAFETY OF LOCAL PEOPLE AND THEIR CHILDREN. All the more reason why Demoncrats should make laws that do not violate the GUN RIGHTS of local people to PROTECT THEMSELVES in times of CRISES LIKE THESE.

Auwe. Shameful!


on February 20,2013 | 10:14AM
allie wrote:
Maybe his GF got him out of handcuffs? How on earth do Sheriffs lose a prisoner in handcuffs in the middle of town? No way that can happen
on February 20,2013 | 10:46AM
jess wrote:
I don't think more guns is the answer. Responsible gun owners who are evaluated for psychological issues are not a problem for me. However, guns getting into the hands of people like Teddy Munet and many other Hawaii murderers is what makes me support all gun regulating legislation for the state. It's never real until it's your friend or family member who has passed because of irresponsible gun ownership and the lax regulations on guns. It's easier to get a gun than Sudafed in most places.... there's something wrong with that!
on February 20,2013 | 11:55AM
patk wrote:
We all need protection from the NRA -- they are more dangerous than any murderer or rapist could ever be. They are basically a corporate killing machine.
on February 20,2013 | 04:55PM
cojef wrote:
Apparently his feet were not shackles by leg irons to impede running, thus although hand-cuffed to belly chains, the prisoner can run and made his getaway. Public security is in jeopardy cause of the oversight by the OCCC transporting this suspected murderer. No laughing matter as he alleged to have shot another in the back of the head, which give notice to anyone that this individual is extremely dangerous. Caution went out door on this transfer of prisoner and disciplinary action is warranted with the guards transporting this prisoner.
on February 20,2013 | 11:07AM
pridon wrote:
Should have a 75 # ball and chin attached to his leg.
on February 20,2013 | 12:35PM
hanalei395 wrote:
He tried to pull a woman out of her car. .... Always drive with the doors locked.
on February 20,2013 | 11:09AM
allie wrote:
agree..but how could he hide with his handcuffs on?
on February 20,2013 | 11:28AM
PokeStop wrote:
Nah, just run the bugga over! Police ask later, just tell them you thought he was a mongoose!
on February 20,2013 | 11:31AM
stingray65 wrote:
What if he is still alive after you ran over him? You better back up and hit him again!! I would!
on February 20,2013 | 01:49PM
pakeheat wrote:
Even with chains or an incident before he got arrested? You need to be more specific
on February 20,2013 | 11:38AM
IAmSane wrote:
After. It was about two hours ago. It's on Hawaii News Now.
on February 20,2013 | 12:17PM
alfhawaii wrote:
where's Judge Dredd to pass out the sentence and execution
on February 20,2013 | 11:39AM
rayhawaii wrote:
Easy to find him, just wait by some tire changing area and he should show up to borrow tools to cut the chains.
on February 20,2013 | 11:53AM
KARLO wrote:
This a two fold problem. 1) We have a muderer on the loose and 2) incompetent law enforcement. Allowing him to escape is both unbelievable and unexcuseable.
on February 20,2013 | 11:58AM
allie wrote:
agree but it happens a lot out here
on February 20,2013 | 12:22PM
mrluke wrote:
When?
on February 20,2013 | 01:26PM
stingray65 wrote:
allie, just armed youself and put him out of his misery!! End of the story and allie will be my hero..:)
on February 20,2013 | 01:51PM
lowtone123 wrote:
Also why is he allowed to wear a hoodie where he could blend in with others. They should have him and others wearing the brightest, ugliest outfits so they can be easily spotted.
on February 20,2013 | 12:06PM
cojef wrote:
He had to hide his tattoo on his neck. A dead giveaway that he is person you do not want to encounter anywhere .
on February 20,2013 | 03:10PM
patk wrote:
They should move them about in yellow overalls that say "REWARD $20,000 DEAD OR ALIVE". I'd like to see them try to run away in that.
on February 20,2013 | 05:04PM
Bully wrote:
This is dumb, they should not have to bring the inmate to court to see the judge, all they have to do is hook up a webcam and the judge can see the inmate through the camera. That way that incompetents from the Sheriffs department dont have to worry about losing their prisoner.
on February 20,2013 | 12:26PM
stingray65 wrote:
Webcam? That is too expensive!! They are still looking for more money to finish the rail to town.. so far they only have a budget form Kapolei to Waipahu..Remember we are in Hawaii!! The law here were made just like a suggestion, not a law that someone have to enforced it. What happen to handcuffed around his waist plus the leg iron? Why? They news was not very specific. This dude wanted to die and hoping some law enforcement have a good shot at him right between his eyes..the end of the story!!
on February 20,2013 | 01:59PM
moondog73 wrote:
..."Munet may have been able to free himself from his handcuffs and belly chain in the hours after his escape." How the heck can someone do that? Houdini would be proud.
on February 20,2013 | 12:30PM
hanalei395 wrote:
If he did, he's probably now wearing a turtleneck sweater. (Guys with neck tatoos,... no doubt, ... losers/ex-cons).
on February 20,2013 | 01:11PM
Ulalei wrote:
Judge Lee would've put him in the crippler crossface
on February 20,2013 | 12:47PM
Konala wrote:
sorry, i don't have time to read all the comments, but who did they say was transporting this criminal? was it the 3 stooges? please update, story omits the good part, but I can just see them blah-lahs all pointing at each other right now!
on February 20,2013 | 12:50PM
Usagi336 wrote:
Keystone Kops.
on February 20,2013 | 01:11PM
HowCan wrote:
I want to see a picture of those officers that were responsible for keep this guy restrained.
on February 20,2013 | 01:22PM
stingray65 wrote:
I am wondering after reading all the comments, if those officers still have a job after this? Or put on adminstrative leave with pay?
on February 20,2013 | 02:02PM
markat wrote:
They might as well have been on administrative leave with pay. Same result. Ineffective.
on February 20,2013 | 03:38PM
Publicbraddah wrote:
How embarrassing for OCCC and DPS. Eight, count 'em, eight officers escorting this guy and he escapes. None of the officers can outrun the guy in chains. Unbelievable!!!
on February 20,2013 | 01:41PM
jm3 wrote:
Braddah, it was 8 inmates... 4 officers. 2 officers per van...
on February 20,2013 | 02:22PM
ellinaskyrt wrote:
Actually, four vans with two corrections officers per van. Eight inmates in the van that the escapee was in. No mention of exactly how many inmates total.
on February 20,2013 | 03:00PM
cojef wrote:
Economize and load more inmates per van and use obese officers who can't run after prisoners. Only in Hawaii!
on February 20,2013 | 03:14PM
jm3 wrote:
thanks for the clarification
on February 20,2013 | 03:44PM
eastside808 wrote:
Has the police ever heard of an electronic tracking device? They could have put one of these electronic bracelets on him and removed them once he was safely back in jail. All the needless hours spent by HPD not to mention the loss of revenue and peace of mind of our citizens. Auwe
on February 20,2013 | 01:49PM
ARCH_808 wrote:
The way I see it, is that someone wasn't doing their job!!
on February 20,2013 | 02:05PM
rhs763 wrote:
Sounds like protocol was not followed - 'should have had leg irons, but none was used'. Also suspect the OCCC officer(s) responsible for his custody are not prepared to handle an escape. But they sure rack up the OT! Officer(s) s/b accountable for performing their jobs-suspension/termination appears to be warranted.
on February 20,2013 | 02:38PM
cojef wrote:
You are probably right. Check their overtime pay. Probably about twice the average income of a family of 4.
on February 20,2013 | 03:16PM
AKULEMAN wrote:
The OCCC Officer who try to catch the felon could not keep up with the felon; he is out of shape. The OCCC should provide a mandatory physical fit program to better condition these officers, besides revisiting the transporting of prisoner safety/security procedures, Not to long ago, one prisoner in the court waiting room escaped via the air ducts. What up with the State's security/safety procedures?
on February 20,2013 | 02:49PM
PokeStop wrote:
State wants to drug test the HSTA teachers, how about, the state test the sheriffs and correctional officers on their speed/endurance running! Most of theme wouldn't pass the 100 yard run in under 30 seconds. Geez, can't keep up with a convict handcuffed at the waist in chains....shame on you! Try running a mile with your hands in your pockets, it's uncomfortable, clumsy, and tiring.
on February 20,2013 | 03:05PM
santravisco wrote:
my guess is guilty?
on February 20,2013 | 03:22PM
engineersoldier wrote:
Way to go, DPS. Any accountability here? Of course not, this is Hawaii.
on February 20,2013 | 03:26PM
sok808 wrote:
Maybe the people transporting these criminals should layoff the spam musubi, come on man .
on February 20,2013 | 03:35PM
HawaiiCheeseBall wrote:
Sounds like the dude would be a good candidate for punt returner for the Warriors. We can give him incentives like for every touchdown we cut 1 month off your time. Tell Coach Norm to check the dude out, we can just let him out on game day - tell him brah just catch the punt and do a "Run Forest Run" to the house.
on February 20,2013 | 03:42PM
markat wrote:
If they not goin' use leg shackles, they should at least handcuff the inmates together in pairs. They still might get away, but at least the guards might have a fighting chance. It would be fun to see that on YouTube.
on February 20,2013 | 03:47PM
markat wrote:
Maybe they should handcuff prisoners together in pairs. At least it would give the guards a fighting chance to catch up. Or maybe not.... Would be a good YouTube video though.
on February 20,2013 | 03:50PM
ezridah wrote:
he out ran the guards ...handcuffed ? actually he probably could outrun them with leg shackles...
on February 20,2013 | 04:17PM
GAC wrote:
great a murder on the loose, got away from security with handcuff on. what a joke . why do you think gun sales are up. if something simple like transporting prisoners getting away when handcuff someone not doing their job. now this wack going to go and hurt or kill again. protect your family people , don't depend on law enforcement to do so. people that try to pass gun controls only the crooks will have guns. what a sad day
on February 20,2013 | 04:47PM
lokela wrote:
Just shackle all of them together. One run all run. Easy for catch. No rocket scientist need. Our system is you. kill you free. You smoke dope you get 30 years. Our system is screwed up to the max. Go figure.
on February 20,2013 | 04:58PM
mainland_refugee wrote:
what I don't get is that if he's such a dangerous person, why didn't he shackle his feet?
on February 20,2013 | 05:09PM
niimi wrote:
This guy was being held at OCCC? He should have been at Halawa.
on February 20,2013 | 05:21PM
808warriorfan wrote:
What a "lolo"...how far does he think he can go .....
on February 20,2013 | 05:27PM
Pocho wrote:
I hope he when jump in the ocean to escape capture.
on February 20,2013 | 05:52PM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
When I walk my dog I use one of those retractable leashes. That work here too. If this guy steals a shopping cart and hunches over we will never find him in the homeless population.
on February 20,2013 | 06:00PM
soundofreason wrote:
"One of the corrections officer gave chase but Munet had a head start and the officer could not catch up, he said.">>> You can only imagine my.........surprise. The man "bolted" with handcuffs and belly chain. . Are we laying odd yet on the average weight of the transporting officers involved? HANDCUFFS AND a BELLY CHAIN!!
on February 20,2013 | 06:10PM
hanalei395 wrote:
This is weird. This guy, while he's still out, will spend all of his time ... looking for a hacksaw.
on February 20,2013 | 06:26PM
tobyclairmont wrote:
Another good reason to have a firearm, training and willingness to use it.
on February 20,2013 | 06:37PM
Skyler wrote:
Great news! Now let's hear all the 'official excuses'...
on February 20,2013 | 06:40PM
Russkar wrote:
Congrats to the HPD for cleaning up the mess that the "prisoner transportation team" made. Now we can all sleep soundly.
on February 20,2013 | 07:10PM
312guy wrote:
they should be transported in orange prison wear then allowed to change at the court house into their civilian clothing for court. much easier to spot. but shackles on their legs a must.
on February 20,2013 | 07:29PM
username_required wrote:
I'm totally speculating that the reason the leg shackles weren't used is these officers don't like getting on their hands and knees in front of a prisoner. Instead they ask, "Would you kindly put these leg restraints on, dear chap?"
on February 20,2013 | 08:35PM
HD36 wrote:
WE NEED THE DEATH PENALTY!
on February 20,2013 | 09:02PM
alfie1 wrote:
wow-this got people speaking up-maybe the supervisor called in sick, and was surfing- get this also on the front page/aloha-imua
on February 21,2013 | 02:53AM
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