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Suspect in Manoa home burglary caught

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 02:40 a.m. HST, Aug 16, 2013

A suspect in a Manoa burglary has been caught, police said.

The 53-year-old suspect allegedly burglarized a home in Manoa in June.

Oficers located and arrested the suspect in Haleiwa Thursday.

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HAJAA1 wrote:
Pilau Manoa
on August 15,2013 | 11:52PM
RetiredWorking wrote:
HA, you live Manoa?
on August 16,2013 | 09:06AM
bumbye wrote:
Actually Manoa would only be pilau if the guy came from Manoa. Manoa is the target.
on August 16,2013 | 10:43AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
We need to increase the penalty against burglars. They not only they steal our valuables, many of which are irreplaceable, they steal our sense of security even within our own homes. That, to me, is one of the biggest crimes against the citizens.
on August 16,2013 | 11:40AM
Oio wrote:
This kind of Cr*p bugs a lot of people. It's the "Hey, I think I'll just help myself" to some goodies and play dumb afterwards if caught. I'm beginning to think old Hawaiian system of Kapu. Somebody steals from someone else, what was the penalty? Modern laws are pretty lenient. I am beginning to look at this as a system of "Help myself Law". The law may say it's unlawful but it doesn't say it's NOT PERMISSIBLE. So these crooks are all operating under their own "Help Myself Law" because there's nothing that says it is NOT PERMISSIBLE. Hmmmm.
on August 16,2013 | 03:44PM
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