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Man sees friend's stolen car, calls police; Suspects arrested

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:55 p.m. HST, Aug 18, 2013



Police caught two alleged car thieves Saturday after a witness saw a friend's stolen car being driven around Waipahu, police said.

Officers arrested a 48-year-old Aiea man on suspicion of driving a stolen vehicle, driving without a license, and second- and third-degree drug offenses, according to police records.  His passenger, a 44-year-old Waipahu

woman, was arrested on suspicion of unauthorized entry into a motor vehicle.

The 29-year-old owner¹s friend notified police around 4:30 p.m. that he saw the stolen vehicle being driven by the suspects. They were identified and arrested about an hour later on Awalau Street, police said.







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paniolo wrote:
Braddah hit da jackpot. Driving stolen vehicle, driving without license, 2nd and 3rd degree drug offenses. But, how long he going be locked up? Not long, I bet. Going be back on the streets doing it again. Good job friend for IDing the car and calling HPD.
on August 18,2013 | 04:43PM
charja wrote:
Yeah, but why did it take an hour before they got arrested - What took so long?
on August 18,2013 | 06:53PM
Grimbold wrote:
It is just like illegal immigrants: There are too many to do much anymore. Same thing with criminals: There are too many , and the jails are bursting at the seams. The foul harvest of lenient ,druggy or absent parents.
on August 19,2013 | 07:12AM
lokela wrote:
Waipahu again?
on August 19,2013 | 05:54AM
Grimbold wrote:
Before reading the headline I was thinking, Waianae, Waipahu, Waimanalo...
on August 19,2013 | 07:13AM
kanaka wrote:
Note to low life thieves scurrying about like the cockroaches you are...you live on a little island, its only a matter of time before they get ya, enjoy the lockup, and looking over your shoulder 24/7 when you get out, or, grow up,get off the drugs, and be a responsible member of society.
on August 19,2013 | 06:08AM
Oio wrote:
One nodda "Help Yourself Mentality" of the LOLOS!! Wot, these guys still neva grow up from intermediate school?? Hanging out by the bathroom and blowing up toilets are OLD Brah. Stealing cars for the joy ride is TIRED ! Good catch my the 29-year old friend of car! We need more Hawaii Five-O people out there!
on August 19,2013 | 06:09AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Make sure he fills up the tank.
on August 19,2013 | 06:21AM
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