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Police say bystanders stopped kidnapping attempt in Mililani

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:57 a.m. HST, Oct 28, 2013



Bystanders intervened and stopped a man who appeared to be kidnapping an 18-year-old woman in Mililani Saturday night, police said.

Police said the witnessess stepped in when they saw a 38-year-old man trying to abduct the woman at about 9:35 p.m.

The man, who does not have a local address, fled but was located by a patrol officer around 10:44 p.m. near Kipapa Drive and Kuahelani Avenue and arrested on suspicion of kidnapping, according to police records.







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twitter6 wrote:
Keep the thugs out of Mililani. Can't stand these clowns. Go back to the beach and milk the system. Lazy
on October 27,2013 | 02:43PM
Pocho wrote:
my guess it's a Mainlander
on October 27,2013 | 03:34PM
RichardCory wrote:
I would literally bet my life's savings that it's not.
on October 27,2013 | 04:31PM
Pocho wrote:
according to the aritcle: "The man, who does not have a local address" of course he could be homeless. hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahahaha
on October 27,2013 | 05:28PM
Mana07 wrote:
No local address...the PC way of saying homeless.
on October 28,2013 | 05:40AM
scooters wrote:
Hey Pocho, more than likely he's a Pacific Islander!
on October 28,2013 | 12:03AM
Pocho wrote:
this kind of news reporting keeps our minds working. hahahahahahahahaha
on October 28,2013 | 05:28AM
Slow wrote:
Gee Pocho, what race? What state? How old? Left-handed? Cross-eyed? Really different than US? I bet it was one of those immigrants from Portugal who believe they are not Caucasians. Catholics call this transubstantiation.
on October 28,2013 | 08:03AM
Pocho wrote:
Make us think to keep our minds thinking. Once the thinking is gone, AROHA!
on October 28,2013 | 04:15PM
joseph007 wrote:
we need to send pocho back to the philippines.
on October 28,2013 | 08:28AM
Pocho wrote:
AROHA! is Japanese buddy. Another Mainlander trying to fit in with the Locals, heh? hahahahahaha
on October 28,2013 | 06:34PM
BigOpu wrote:
Right on to the gang that stepped up and stepped in!
on October 27,2013 | 04:29PM
tutulois wrote:
This is one fortunate young woman; good for the people for stepping up and rescuing her. BUT -- I am so tired of reading of crimes committed by people with "no local address." Maybe a good address for them is jail!
on October 27,2013 | 04:32PM
mauka888 wrote:
Thumbs up to those bystanders who helped the woman!! Bravo!!
on October 27,2013 | 05:24PM
Slow wrote:
Thank you to the heroes who stepped up. So good to read of good people doing good things.
on October 28,2013 | 08:05AM
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