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2 girls, 14, arrested for confrontation with teachers

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 07:39 a.m. HST, Nov 15, 2013

Two teen-aged girls are facing terroristic threatening charges after a confrontation with two teachers at a Waipahu area school Thursday morning.

Police said a 16-year-old girl allegedly threatened a 57-year-old woman when she was asked to leave a classroom because the teacher believed she was disrupting the class. When a 14-year-old fellow classmate tried to let the first girl return to the room, she was stopped by another teacher. The 14-year-old girl then allegedly assaulted the second teacher.

Both girls were released pending further investigation after being arrested on suspicion of first-degree terroristic threatening.

The school was not identified in the police report.

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busterb wrote:
Pilau kids. That's the kind that's going to complain they only get minimum at McDonalds in 20 years.
on November 15,2013 | 06:57AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
No - they're females. They will find someone to impregnate them and then live off welfare. They won't work silly.
on November 15,2013 | 07:04AM
AlexandriaB wrote:
Ha! you're both right! Also, nothing will come of this. No punishment, nothing. That's the Hawaii way. The disrespect shown to teachers (and law enforcement) these days is disgusting.
on November 15,2013 | 07:09AM
Pocho wrote:
BINGO! garrans
on November 15,2013 | 09:45AM
sak wrote:
Their Parents should take their cell phones away as punishment for a long period of time. And probably be sued for excessive cruelty by their dumb kids.
on November 15,2013 | 02:12PM
allie wrote:
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on November 15,2013 | 07:35AM
Pocho wrote:
better hurry and finish your school work here and fly back to your place on the Mainland
on November 15,2013 | 09:46AM
IMVHOAgain wrote:
I blame the parents, fail, fail, fail.
on November 15,2013 | 07:10AM
samsdad wrote:
I agree 100%, respect not being taught at home.
on November 15,2013 | 07:18AM
primo1 wrote:
on November 15,2013 | 09:47AM
Wage Earner wrote:
Yup, pilau people breeding pilau kids. That's what society has become....and of course the pilau people expect the system to educate, feed, transport AND raise their kids.
on November 15,2013 | 10:40AM
otoko wrote:
filial cannibalism, the act of eating one's offspring. TIME FO' KAU KAU!!!
on November 15,2013 | 12:23PM
Bully wrote:
The teachers should be able to kick them out of her class and the principal should suspend or dismiss them from the school. Crminial charges may be warranted.
on November 15,2013 | 08:04AM
kaiakea wrote:
Although none of us know the details, they can arrested for disorderly conduct and assault if the above info is accurate. The schools need to hold fast to Chapter 19, but the police also have to do their part and arrest for these types of things, because we are talking about law violations. But these kind of incidents don't occur at random, I'll bet both students have a long history of this kind of behavior. Although society can't control too much of what happens in the home, as there has to be a pretty horrendous situation for CPS then the courts to step in, schools can control their own environments. Maybe we should start there.
on November 15,2013 | 08:23AM
lokela wrote:
Lock um up...
on November 15,2013 | 08:44AM
false wrote:
Book'em Danno !
on November 15,2013 | 09:07AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
Students like these do not belong in a regular classroom. They should be placed in an alternative learning environment as they stand to disrupt their classmates' education. I have seen how the removal of such students is made difficult by bureaucracy. These students' disruptive behavior are often the result of the lack of parenting and/or serious psychological problems. The Kaimuki school campus could be converted to an alternative school. The staffing would be of teachers that are capable of handling these difficult students and the campus would have greater security staffing to manage such students. When students prove to be capable of being able to attend a regular school environment they can then be returned.
on November 15,2013 | 10:02AM
dontbelieveinmyths wrote:
A very accurate synopsis. Especially the part about removal being bogged down by bureaucracy. Alternative schools would alleviate much of the problems in the regular schools.
on November 15,2013 | 12:42PM
sak wrote:
There called Juvenile Detention Centers.
on November 15,2013 | 02:15PM
lowtone123 wrote:
on November 15,2013 | 10:30AM
GorillaSmith wrote:
Is there any chance at all that these 2 losers are not currently on welfare? Any chance that there is a father at home? Going way out on a limb here, I'll bet I can guess which way the adults in their households vote,
on November 15,2013 | 10:57AM
waianaetransplant wrote:
Things have changed so much since I was a student the vice princ would come to the class room and paddle us with the wooden rice spoon than I would get spanked at home for acting out in class it wasn't perfect but I did learn how to act in school and those lessons carried on into other aspects of life this taught me respect for teachers cops etc I got no other answer but bring back the paddle
on November 16,2013 | 07:42AM
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