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Defective light leads to arrest of Hawaii Kai moped theft suspect

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 01:13 p.m. HST, Aug 03, 2013



Police arrested a 22-year-old Hawaii Kai man early this morning for allegedly riding a stolen moped, police said.

Police said a patrol officer stopped the suspect around 12:50 a.m. in Hawaii Kai because the moped had a defective light.

The officer discovered that the vehicle was reported stolen on Jan. 3, and arrested the man on suspicion of operating a stolen vehicle.







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sak wrote:
Not too BRIGHT!
on August 3,2013 | 02:41PM
kawikakoike96819 wrote:
i hate thieves
on August 3,2013 | 03:04PM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
He'll probably be given probation. He'll do it again and do a little bit of time and then be let out to only do it again. Then he does a little bit more time and then let out again. Then another victim will lose his moped and this guy gets a little bit of time. Rinse and repeat.
on August 3,2013 | 03:35PM
mikethenovice wrote:
Yes, But now he can't get a government job. So he will be losing way more money in good wages since all he can do now is flip burgers.
on August 4,2013 | 05:35AM
cojef wrote:
Nothing wrong with flipping burgers. It's a job and the guy is gainfully employed and not sponging off the taxpayers as others on the entitlemnent jag. Having said, provided he gets a steady job, which in most instances is remotely possible. More likely a career criminal.
on August 4,2013 | 08:59AM
Anonymous wrote:
Next time it will be a car.
on August 4,2013 | 08:06AM
Kahaluuman wrote:
Kudos to the Police Officer!
on August 3,2013 | 06:30PM
mikethenovice wrote:
And who says Hawaii's Finest doesn't cite for small vehicle light infractions? Give 'em the pay raise. They deserve it.
on August 4,2013 | 05:34AM
agumakiki wrote:
what about makiki area?
on August 4,2013 | 05:47AM
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