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Police: Man catches suspect damaging vehicle

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 05:05 p.m. HST, Oct 19, 2013



Honolulu police arrested a 25-year-old man who was allegedly caught in the act of damaging another man's vehicle in Waialua.

The victim told police he caught the suspect damaging the inside of his vehicle at about 10:30 p.m. Thursday, but he suspect fled.

Police were called and officers located and arrested the suspect nearby on suspicion of unauthorized entry into a motor vehicle.







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Qb1 wrote:
This article has TWO typos! As of late, and with such high tech devices, there should be NO typos in the Honolulu Star Advertiser! Such sloppy work. It irritates me to have to stop my flow of reading to have to "decipher" the written word! So much for being professional
on October 19,2013 | 03:13AM
honopic wrote:
I absolutely agree with you. Not a day goes by without errors by the "professional" writers of the S-A. They obvously don't proofread their own work, and there are either no editors or they just skim the copy before approving for print. Maybe that's why so many stories have the byline "Star-Advertiser staff." None of them want to put their name on their work.
on October 19,2013 | 09:24AM
Anonymous wrote:
Must be quite taxing on your pea brains. How sad.
on October 19,2013 | 01:20PM
honopic wrote:
I just found out what happens when a reader criticizes the lack of professionalism by the S-A writers: COMMENT SENT FOR APPROVAL Obviously.
on October 19,2013 | 09:28AM
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