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Police arrest suspected boat thief at Honolulu Harbor

By Star-Advertiser staff

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Witnesses stopped a suspected boat thief Saturday morning as he was allegedly towing a boat that didn¹t belong to him out of Honolulu Harbor, police said.

The incident happened around 7:30 a.m., and police arrested the man on suspicion of second-degree theft about two hours later, according to police records.

Police said witnesses observed the man towing the boat out of the harbor and confronted him.







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HAJAA1 wrote:
Criminal town side
on August 19,2013 | 12:01AM
Oio wrote:
Hey We Go agains...a nodda "Help Yourself" mentality. Doesn't this kind of mindset irritate anyone anymore??? Too many whoever they are got itchy fingers, and just CANNOT leave things alone. No conscious, no reaction, no nothing. Case in point, anybody remember those days you could leave your towel and slippas on the beach, and people had the decency to leave things alone?
on August 19,2013 | 06:03AM
Publicbraddah wrote:
If criminals think they can get away with it, they'll do it. Time for some "Charles Bronson" justice. I think "in house" justice works a lot better than our judicial system which only churns out repeat offenders.
on August 19,2013 | 07:30AM
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