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Teenager arrested after telling counselor he burglarized Mililani school

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 03:36 p.m. HST, Nov 26, 2013



A teenager who confessed to burglarizing his school to his counselor has been arrested, police said.

The 15-year-old boy told his  counselor he burglarized the Mililani school twice during the weekend of Oct. 16 and 17, police said.

Officers arrested the boy Monday for the alleged incidents and on suspicion of promoting detrimental drugs.







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gunfunit wrote:
huh? oct. 16 & 17 fell on a wednesday & thursday, not on a weekend.
on November 26,2013 | 03:36PM
mikethenovice wrote:
You cheated. You have your smartphone's calender with you 24/7?
on November 27,2013 | 07:11AM
Bumby wrote:
Hope that the story has more to this than its face value. Meaning did the counselor discuss with the teenager what he/she would be doing as far as contacting the police. Was there an alternative discussed to have the teenager be forgiven and allowed to return the stolen items or have his parents pay for what was taken. Hope the teenager did not learn better not to say anything when I do wrong. How much faith will other teenagers have in their counselors?
on November 26,2013 | 04:05PM
RetiredWorking wrote:
Bumby, what are you trying to say? I hope the lesson teenagers and all people is to do the right thing, and man up/'fess up- when doing wrong.Blaming counselor? Really? Alternative besides doing what's right?
on November 26,2013 | 09:07PM
lokela wrote:
Had to confess cause he couldn't sleep at nights knowing it would be a matter of time before he got caught.
on November 27,2013 | 05:43AM
mikethenovice wrote:
can't sleep will disrupt a teen's wet dream.
on November 27,2013 | 07:08AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Bring back the school prayer.
on November 27,2013 | 07:09AM
Fred01 wrote:
I'd rather feed Christians to the sharks.
on November 27,2013 | 08:38AM
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