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Woman finds stolen car and suspect in Waikiki

By Star Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 06:33 a.m. HST, May 02, 2013

A 28-year-old woman helped police find her stolen vehicle and the suspect who may have stolen the vehicle.

Police said the woman reported her vehicle stolen on Friday and found the vehicle in Waikiki Tuesday with a 28-year-old male suspect in the driver’s seat.

She called police, who arrested the man on suspicion of theft.

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HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Suspicion? I think it is a slam dunk that the perpetrator is guilty. The courts will look at this guy's previous criminal record if any, and if the suspect does not answer appropriately to the Judge's questions, such as "What were u doing in that vehicle?"', the perp (as Chin Ho Kelly likes to call them) will get more than expected punishment, because he was caught red handed. If it is his first offense, as usual the courts will go easy on the guy if he admits to the crime.
on May 1,2013 | 03:43PM
BigErn wrote:
Cut his arms off. Then let him go free. It will be tougher to steal a car, or anything else for that matter.
on May 1,2013 | 07:56PM
fstop wrote:
HPD should hire her...clearly, they had to be led to the stolen car right under their noses.
on May 1,2013 | 09:01PM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Where else?
on May 2,2013 | 09:04PM
gari wrote:
we better start describing stolen ...stolen is rude, no class , is not funny ; it is no respect for others .terrible it starts small then only gets worse ..
on August 19,2013 | 11:38AM
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