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Police: Suspect forged 97-year-old woman's checks

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 04:36 p.m. HST, Nov 26, 2013

Police arrested a  26-year-old woman who allegedly forged a 97-year-old woman's checks.

The alleged incidents happened from September through earlier this month, police said.

Officers arrested the suspect Monday on suspicion of ID theft, forgery and theft.

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niimi wrote:
Elderly abuse like this should carry a mandatory 20-year sentence that cannot be mitigated by a judge.
on November 26,2013 | 03:41PM
soundofreason wrote:
or the parole board. They're just as bad.
on November 26,2013 | 05:32PM
mikethenovice wrote:
Also know as the spank the hand board.
on November 27,2013 | 07:05AM
mikethenovice wrote:
20 years punishment is longer than the elderly will live.
on November 27,2013 | 07:03AM
Publicbraddah wrote:
You got my vote. Unconscionable!
on November 27,2013 | 11:12AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Don't do anything bad to an elder as we will all have our turn when we reach that Golden Age.
on November 27,2013 | 07:04AM
cojef wrote:
Is this case connected with the article appearing yesterday on a 95 year old grandmother being swindled of her life savings?
on November 27,2013 | 08:56AM
entrkn wrote:
I'm just guessing that the perpetrator whose name has been withheld has been released in her own recognizance and will not show up for her court dates... and if the authorities ever bother to catch her, she will have victimized a dozen more hapless and defenseless senior citizens... Another shining example of Hawaii's cracked system of justice.
on November 27,2013 | 09:29AM
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