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Man allegedly steals more than $20,000 from Honolulu store

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:38 a.m. HST, Aug 16, 2013



Police Thursday arrested a 34-year-old Honolulu man for allegedly stealing more than $20,000 in cash from a Honolulu store.

Police said the theft occurred over a period of time from late last year to the present.

The man had access to the store’s finances, police said.

Police arrested the man on suspicion of first-degree theft.







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Mike174 wrote:
Can't even name store? Nice lack of info!
on August 16,2013 | 05:52AM
cojef wrote:
A Ward Center store as reported by another news source, probably?
on August 16,2013 | 06:58AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
Maybe this one? A former Rainbowtique sales clerk is facing charges that he stole more than $12,000 from the Ward Centre store. An Oahu grand jury returned an indictment last week charging Brandon D. Adams with theft and computer fraud. Adams, 27, who lists a Hahaione Valley address, posted $11,000 bail Monday. His arraignment in state Circuit Court is scheduled for next week. According to the indictment, Adams stole the money from Oct. 24 to March 22. Prosecutor Kurt Nakamatsu said Adams accepted cash from customers for purchases, but instead of completing the transactions, suspended them on the store’s computer system. He said store video shows Adams stealing more than $1,600 worth of cash receipts but that store records show there were more than $12,000 in suspended transactions and missing receipts. Rainbowtique sells official University of Hawaii logo merchandise. In addition to the one at Ward Centre, there are three other Rainbowtique stores, two on the Manoa campus and one in Waikiki. UH owns the stores and all of the proceeds support the school’s educational mission.
on August 16,2013 | 09:12AM
inlanikai wrote:
Typical poor reporting from S-A. Expect nothing more.
on August 16,2013 | 08:22AM
Bdpapa wrote:
S/A dangling bait again. Just teasing us.
on August 16,2013 | 08:35AM
mcc wrote:
Another big scoop by the cub reporters. These articles never cease to amaze me.
on August 16,2013 | 09:05AM
awahana wrote:
Former newspaper, now online paywall site, notifies paying subscribers of a news story, a possible crime involving authorities, somewhere in Honolulu, involving buku bucks, and suspect in custody, but we can tell you at least that its a man.
Try figure out the rest bruddah, as we already tell you too much, and we busy spending your subscription money somewhere but we not going even report where that could be either.
by SA paywall staff.
on August 16,2013 | 10:16AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
He'll probably be out in no time to do it again.
on August 16,2013 | 11:38AM
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