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Teenager arrested in Waikiki for alleged assault on police officer

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 12:18 a.m. HST, Mar 18, 2013

Police arrested an 18-year-old man in Waikiki Saturday night after he allegedly assauted a police officer.

The assault happened around 9:30 p.m. while the officer was "engaged in the performance of duty," police said.

The suspect was being held on suspicion of first-degree assault pending further investigation.







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toad103410 wrote:
He allegedly "saluted" a police officer. Is anyone proofreading the articles in this paper? On the other hand, if he indeed saluted the officer, why then was he arrested?
on March 17,2013 | 11:35AM
50skane wrote:
Good help is hard to come by these days.
on March 17,2013 | 11:43AM
hanalei395 wrote:
Why wasn't this news item "sent for approval" before being reported.
on March 17,2013 | 01:48PM
Terii_Kelii wrote:
So true. The online employees of the Sadvertiser leave much to be desired.
on March 17,2013 | 08:49PM
false wrote:
This comment has been deleted.
on March 17,2013 | 11:48AM
olos73 wrote:
Agree.
on March 17,2013 | 12:02PM
foursun wrote:
just another case of incompetent local police. Is there any professionalism in HPD at all?
on March 17,2013 | 11:50AM
Terii_Kelii wrote:
and as for incompetent local reporters and editors?
on March 17,2013 | 08:52PM
residenttaxpayer wrote:
Did the suspect salute or assault the police officer?...which one?
on March 17,2013 | 12:10PM
nontaister1 wrote:
We're in a sad situation with Honolulu's only newspaper....
on March 17,2013 | 12:18PM
cojef wrote:
Yeah, but they are quick to pull your post if you use derogatory words even though it aptly describes the situation, issue, or incident. Their favorite cliche, "sent for approval". Sound like it will reaapear if it meets their criteria, but it never does.
on March 17,2013 | 12:45PM
foursun wrote:
I've never had a post "sent for approval" not show up in a few minutes. You must be posting things that are either highly derogatory, insulting or blatantly false.
on March 17,2013 | 03:08PM
honopic wrote:
I beg to differ, foursun. I've had posts "sent for approval" that didn't meet any of your criteria. Sometimes they are gone for good, and sometimes replies to other readers show up again further down the queue, where they don't belong. As a former editor, I would not tolerate a proofreader who missed such an obvious error as "saluted" vice "assaulted." That person's next job would involve having to ask the question "Do you want fries with that?"
on March 17,2013 | 08:59PM
honopic wrote:
The S*A just proved my point. Two minutes ago, I responded to your post. It showed up momentarily, not flagged "sent for approval," yet it is now is gone. In it, I pointed out that replies "sent for approval" often are reinserted lower in the queue, where they no longer are linked to the original post. I guess mentioning the S*A by name is not "civil" or "in good taste." As I type this, I have the feeling it, too, will be "sent for approval." Whether it returns or not is anyone's guess.
on March 17,2013 | 09:11PM
pakeheat wrote:
Is a 18 year old a teenager or adult?
on March 17,2013 | 12:37PM
Bdpapa wrote:
Adult and he saluted!
on March 17,2013 | 01:24PM
NotNasti wrote:
Both.
on March 17,2013 | 03:37PM
Bdpapa wrote:
Is this spell check from someone's phone?
on March 17,2013 | 01:25PM
NotNasti wrote:
New law passed last year made it unlawful to salute a police officer.
on March 17,2013 | 03:38PM
hanalei395 wrote:
Stupid law. Saluting a police officer is like flashing a shaka to the officer. Or, is that also unlawful?
on March 17,2013 | 05:02PM
Terii_Kelii wrote:
It depends on how many fingers end up making the shaka....much like how many fingers the reporter used to type the article.
on March 17,2013 | 08:53PM
HAJAA1 wrote:
More town crime. Zoiks!
on March 18,2013 | 12:19AM
kapnui wrote:
He "sauted" the officer. With fava beans and chianti.
on March 18,2013 | 09:07AM
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