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Boy, 16, arrested in 2 Waipahu robberies

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:17 a.m. HST, Aug 03, 2013



Police arrested a 16-year-old boy for a pair of alleged robberies in Waipahu on Friday morning.

According to police, the boy entered a Waipahu financial institution about 9:25 a.m., displayed a dangerous weapon and demanded money. He fled the institution with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Just after 10 a.m., the boy allegedly entered a Waipahu retail establishment and again demanded money while displaying the dangerous instrument. He fled without taking anything.

Police located the suspect about a half hour later and arrested him on suspicion of two counts of first-degree robbery.







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kailua000 wrote:
and one day he'll get shot and killed and his mom will say "he was a good boy" and his friends will say it wasnt his fault.
on August 3,2013 | 04:00AM
kailua000 wrote:
and they cant be "alleged robberies" he can have allegedly committed the crime, but they were either robberies or they were not. No one said 'boy, come take this money" boy, show us your gun.
on August 3,2013 | 04:01AM
808Cindy wrote:
This "boy" has to be locked up for a long time, and given psychological counseling to treat his dangerous behavior. It would be wrong for the State to let him into the community.
on August 3,2013 | 07:07AM
cojef wrote:
Poor kid, everyone is ready to abandon him, rather than trying to give him an opportunity to right himself. No second chance possibilties? He is only 16 and certainly worth giving him another try. If not what a waste and at taxpayers' expense and doom his future.
on August 3,2013 | 07:16AM
soundofreason wrote:
Yeah, that's what parents are for, not society. As a matter of fact, parents should be held responsible FOR the actions of their children.
on August 3,2013 | 07:53AM
aomohoa wrote:
I agree with you soundofreason, but maybe cojef can take him in:)
on August 3,2013 | 12:20PM
Ambergris23 wrote:
After two or three offenses, names of minors should be printed in the news.
on August 3,2013 | 11:26AM
aomohoa wrote:
Sixteen years old and his life is on such a rocky road. I would really like to know what kind of parents he has. Are they good people that are clueless or is he a chip off the old block?
on August 3,2013 | 12:18PM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Nothing will happen to this kid or his clueless "parents". Laws here are weak, judges even weaker.
on August 4,2013 | 12:13AM
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