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Keawe Street reopened; lava rocks found in suspicious package

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 04:26 a.m. HST, May 07, 2013


Honolulu police reopened Keawe Street between Ala Moana Boulevard and Ilalo Street after closing it due to a suspicious package Monday afternoon.

Police checked the package, found at 677 Ala Moana Blvd., the former Gold Bond Building, and discovered lava rocks that were sent to the U.S. Geological Survey, HPD said.

Honolulu police had closed off a half-block of Keawe Street makai of Ala Moana Boulevard.

The office building is also directly across Keawe Street from the state Sheriff Division booking and receiving station.

Employees and detainees were "sheltering in place" there, said Toni Schwartz, Department of Public Safety spokeswoman.







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Surfer_Dude wrote:
Keep the template SA. This is turning out to be a weekly event.
on May 6,2013 | 05:50PM
FLIPTOP2 wrote:
So HPD says there isn't an increase in these, ya right! HPD, who ya tryin' to convince, cuz it ain't me!
on May 6,2013 | 06:01PM
EducatedLocalBoy wrote:
After the Boston Marathon bombing everyone is getting a bit too paranoid. Rocks to the U.S. Geological Survey is natural. After all, as one of my professors was fond of saying, "those guys love rocks!"
on May 6,2013 | 06:58PM
hanalei395 wrote:
Send those rocks back to Kilauea, where they belong.
on May 6,2013 | 10:15PM
SueH wrote:
OMG!! Now there's some poor soul running around with nothing in his head!!
on May 6,2013 | 10:40PM
Publicbraddah wrote:
There's so much rubbish around this island that ANYTHING can be construed as a possible bomb.
on May 7,2013 | 06:33AM
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