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Alleged burglar found inside Coyne Street house in McCully

By Star-Advertiser staff

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Police arrested a 54-year-old man who was caught while allegedly burglarizing a McCully residence early this morning.

According to police, the suspect, who does not have a local address, entered the Coyne Street residence around 3 a.m. through an unlocked door and was in the process of removing items when one of the residence’s four occupants caught him.

The suspect was arrested on suspicion of first-degree burglary.







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HAJAA1 wrote:
3Ms at it again.....Makiki Manoa and McCully - crime havens
on August 4,2013 | 11:38PM
edster48 wrote:
If they caught him in the house, how can it be alleged? How can they arrest him for "suspicion of burglary" when they caught him inside the house taking things? Isn't that the definition of burglary?
on August 5,2013 | 06:33AM
livinginhawaii wrote:
I have been suggesting for the past year that their reporters read the dictionary.
on August 5,2013 | 07:11AM
2NDC wrote:
Police commonly arrest on a "suspicion" charge until the suspect is formally charged after prosecutors review the evidence and facts of the case. Charges are then changed when the suspect is arraigned in court.
on August 5,2013 | 09:12AM
mrluke wrote:
You must be new here. "Alleged" is the SA's favorite word.
on August 5,2013 | 10:42AM
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