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Thirty-six arrested in Oahu-based outstanding warrants sweep

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 07:24 a.m. HST, Aug 24, 2013

The Honolulu Police Department, U.S. Marshals Service and Hawaii Fugitive Task Force arrested 36 people for outstanding warrants and other violations during a three-day that wrapped up on Thursday.

The Oahu-based operation targeted parole or probation violators as well as those with outstanding criminal warrants for drug, firearm or sexual offenses.

According to an HPD release, the individuals arrested were wanted for a total of 47 outstanding warrants. Three were also arrested for additional drug offenses.

Bail for 32 eligible suspects (four had warrants with no bail) totaled $765,401, according to the news release.

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soundofreason wrote:
Yea !!!
on August 23,2013 | 06:39PM
Anonymous wrote:
Good catch! Thanks for keeping us safe.
on August 23,2013 | 07:32PM
serious wrote:
I wonder if the Dog Chapman is getting the bail action???
on August 24,2013 | 03:58AM
Grimbold wrote:
36 arrested? A few thousand more to go!
on August 24,2013 | 08:04AM
niimi wrote:
I'll bet there are 600 more names on that outstanding warrant list.
on August 23,2013 | 10:22PM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Have to start somewhere right?
on August 24,2013 | 12:21AM
cojef wrote:
Right at least you got someone who no longer is enjoying his freedom which he forfeited when he committed his crime.
on August 24,2013 | 07:15AM
Grimbold wrote:
Put up a roadblock on Farrington HWY between the Hawaiian Electric plant and Waianae, and you could get 36 wanted ones in a hour!
on August 24,2013 | 08:08AM
joseph007 wrote:
more like 2500 - 3000, the department doesn't even know for sure.
on August 24,2013 | 08:54AM
tsushimama wrote:
Try several thousand!
on August 24,2013 | 06:27PM
sailfish1 wrote:
Just don't let criminals out on bail and they wouldn't have to spend more money going after them.
on August 23,2013 | 10:30PM
HealthyandHappy wrote:
Your comment is an illegal use of common sense.
on August 23,2013 | 11:52PM
Grimbold wrote:
Bail for repeat offenders? It's nuts.
on August 24,2013 | 08:09AM
808Cindy wrote:
Send all these low life people to prison for a long time ......
on August 24,2013 | 08:52AM
joseph007 wrote:
don't worry folks, they'll all be out on bond the next day. why are so many running around with 20 - 50 arrests and convictions anyways? our so called justice system is broken.
on August 24,2013 | 08:53AM
livinginhawaii wrote:
We need a website with photos and personal information about all individuals with outstanding warrants. I suspect that there are those who do not want this in order to justify the bloated responsible department's budget.
on August 24,2013 | 09:23AM
paniolo wrote:
I bet most of them are on the streets already.
on August 24,2013 | 09:44AM
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