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Woman held in alleged theft of car from Waikiki hotel

By Star-Advertiser staff


Police arrested a 25-year-old Kaneohe woman after she allegedly stole a vehicle belonging to a Waikiki hotel early this morning.

According to police, the suspect took the vehicle without authorization from the hotel around 4:45 a.m. The car was located in Kaneohe several hours later as the subject of a parking complaint.

Police said the suspect surrendered to the responding officer without incident and was arrested for unauthorized control of a propelled vehicle.

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droid wrote:
This story is pointless without the name of the hotel. There are more than 50 hotels in Waikīkī. At least give the street name. The police should close the media room at HPD headquarters due to the sheer incompetence of the reporter assigned to that beat.
on August 19,2013 | 01:28AM
Oio wrote:
One more "Help Yourself" Mentality. Okay, so lemme see: This young lady has chronic insomnia, probably tense, frustrated, no-wheres to go, takes the car, drives far, and too tired to park the car correctly. Gets arrested. Doesn't make a fuss about it. Hmmmm...I think she needs a job as a car transporter at a RENT A CAR company or maybe a CAR DEALERSHIP. Take the car from the docks, blaze 'em to the prep shop, deliver the car in one piece.
on August 19,2013 | 06:23AM
serious wrote:
I am not a fan of the headers the SA uses. Alleged theft--it was either stolen or it wasn't. It was a stolen car PERIOD! Now the thief I guess is alleged??
on August 19,2013 | 09:14AM
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