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Teenager arrested for alleged assault of school security guard

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 09:11 p.m. HST, Apr 13, 2013



Police arrested a 15-year-old boy at a Honolulu school Friday afternoon for allegedly punching a 54-year-old school security guard.

Police said the security guard approached the boy, who was being disruptive on school grounds.

The teenager allegedly punched the woman, injuring her, then fled at about 2:05 p.m..

Patrol officers found and arrested him 10 minutes later on suspicion of second-degree assault.

Police did not name the school where the incident happened.







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Pocho wrote:
the kid is troubled, probably from a troubled home life.
on April 13,2013 | 03:55PM
Kawipoo wrote:
He's a good kid however!
on April 13,2013 | 03:57PM
patk wrote:
What great parents he must have
on April 13,2013 | 05:50PM
Ronin006 wrote:
Give the kid a break. His mother probably was unwed, he probably has four or five siblings fathered by four or five unknown guys, the entire family has been on welfare ever since welfare was invented, he was beaten as a child and he probably suffers from post traumatic stress.
on April 13,2013 | 06:47PM
Kawipoo wrote:
Typical liberal always somebody eases fault. Maybe he should smash you in the face and see if you believe the same way.
on April 14,2013 | 04:49AM
Ronin006 wrote:
My gosh, Kawipoo, my comment was intended to be “tongue-in-cheek.” I do not know why you did not understand it that way.
on April 14,2013 | 02:26PM
allie wrote:
yikes!
on April 14,2013 | 10:38AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Put some TapOut gloves on him and train him with direction.
on April 13,2013 | 07:17PM
saywhatyouthink wrote:
if you're going to hire security guards to control HS kids, it shouldn't be a 54 yr old woman. Common sense.
on April 13,2013 | 08:18PM
SueH wrote:
Yeah, this kid deserves to meet Bubba in a dark corridor.
on April 13,2013 | 09:20PM
RetiredWorking wrote:
say, common sense? Come on, 54 is still young. I'm 66, and I could do that job. This isn't a corrections officer position (prison guard). Security guards aren't intended to control unruly people with physical force. In another light, they should throw the book @ this kid. The woman is old enough to be his grandmother. No respect!
on April 14,2013 | 07:47AM
allie wrote:
agree
on April 14,2013 | 10:39AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Town kids now learning from their town parents....or should I say "guardians" lol
on April 14,2013 | 12:26AM
ponowai wrote:
Wow tough kid, he can punch a 54yr old woman then run.
on April 14,2013 | 02:50AM
whs1966 wrote:
This kid was, I am sure, wonderful to have in the classroom, a real scholar contributing to the education of his peers.
on April 14,2013 | 05:40AM
artmurch wrote:
There are a lot more of such kids in public school class rooms than many people realize, yet folks continue to blame teachers for poor average student achievement. Walk in some shoes before pontificating ignorance about Hawaii’s schools.
on April 14,2013 | 08:09AM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
art I think most folks agree that unruly students dumped in school by worthless parents are a large part of the problem. However the public school teachers rarely if ever own up to their share of the shortcomings of our public school system. I can tell you that our decision to put our kids into private school was based on speaking with our kids teachers and too often finding ourselves less than impressed at both the level of mastery of the subject matter they taught and their level of professionalism.
on April 14,2013 | 01:16PM
DABLACK wrote:
Does that rate a civil suit against the parents/guardian by the security guard ??
on April 14,2013 | 06:31AM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
What good is it going to do when the "parents" are on welfare?
on April 14,2013 | 07:07AM
cojef wrote:
The makings of a hooligan, and future inmate at OCCC.
on April 14,2013 | 08:53AM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
or maybe if we're lucky another Darwin Award
on April 14,2013 | 11:55AM
GorillaSmith wrote:
Maybe she could sue the Democratic Party which enables that loathsome lifestyle.
on April 14,2013 | 02:47PM
allie wrote:
scary west side!
on April 14,2013 | 10:38AM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
ALL-LIE maybe you should sign up for that job, I'm sure it pays better
on April 14,2013 | 12:01PM
livinginhawaii wrote:
Sorry I am from Hawaii and do not know "West Side". Is it Mauka, Makai, Ewa or Diamond Head?
on April 20,2013 | 11:52AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
Now, I don't know the whole story behind this kid but this is the kind of kid that disrupts the classroom environment and is probably byllying other kids. School should be a safe place for a kid and he or she should not have to worry about a thug lingering in the bathroom ready rob him of his or her lunch money. Schools should have a better way of weeding these problem kids and placing them in an alternative learning environment. Unfortunately, we have these bleeding hearts that will actually mollycodlle them saying that they were abused, etc. Yes, there are alternative learning environments called juvenile detention centers. But there should be schools that are designed just for problem students who have not yet reached the point of being criminals. The parents, too, should be held accountable for what efforts of lack of parenting. If they are not fit to be parents then the kid should be placed in a more structured environment such as a foster family with the support of alternative learning environment. By working with these kids before they become career criminals we save a lot of money in the future in terms of the cost incarcerating them. Further, when they are incarcerated they are not contributing to society as tax payers.
on April 14,2013 | 10:57AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
Now, I don't know the whole story behind this kid but this is the kind of kid that disrupts the classroom environment and is probably byllying other kids. School should be a safe place for a kid and he or she should not have to worry about a bully lingering in the bathroom ready rob him of his or her lunch money. Schools should have a better way of weeding these problem kids and placing them in an alternative learning environment. Unfortunately, we have these bleeding hearts that will actually mollycodlle them saying that they were abused, etc. Yes, there are alternative learning environments called juvenile detention centers. But there should be schools that are designed just for problem students who have not yet reached the point of being criminals. The parents, too, should be held accountable for what efforts of lack of parenting. If they are not fit to be parents then the kid should be placed in a more structured environment such as a foster family with the support of alternative learning environment. By working with these kids before they become career criminals we save a lot of money in the future in terms of the cost incarcerating them. Further, when they are incarcerated they are not contributing to society as tax payers.
on April 14,2013 | 10:58AM
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