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Suspect in Waialae burglary arrested

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 02:12 p.m. HST, Jul 19, 2013

Officers investigating a burglary in Waialae last month arrested a suspect Thursday.

Police said neighbors told officers that they saw the suspect take items out of their neighbor’s home.

Investigating officers located the suspect, a 45-year-old man, and arrested him on suspicion of burglary.

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nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
We really need to get tough on burglars. Often these are repeat offenders. We need to make the penalty severe enough that they would not think about trying it. A second offense should warrant an even much longer sentence. A third time should warrant twenty years. Keeping burglars off the street would be worth the cost of keeping these creeps behind bars. And why do we not have a registry for burglars?
on July 19,2013 | 08:24PM
RichardCory wrote:
If 10 years doesn't mean anything to them, I doubt 20 would. You could even give them life. It won't matter. This isn't a problem you can solve by just grabbing a bigger stick. They are underlying psychological problems, mental illnesses, drug addictions, or absolute desperation motivating people like this. There used to be a time and place where people would be publicly tortured, drawn,and quartered for stealing a loaf of bread. Yet people still stole knowing what could happen to them. More prison time is a lazy solution for a society that has failed us.
on July 20,2013 | 06:46AM
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