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Man held on $100,000 bail on burglary charge

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 08:30 p.m. HST, Nov 27, 2013

A 33-year-old man was being held on $100,000 bail after being charged with first-degree burglary Wednesday afternoon.

Police said the suspect, who had no local address, stole items from an Aiea apartment on November 8.

Officers arrested Alexander F. K. Mar at the Oahu Community Correctional Center at 9 a.m. Wednesday.

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livinginhawaii wrote:
So this guy's bail is $100k yet that mmf guy who stole hundreds of thousands of dollars through tax evasion only has to put up $25k in bail? Seems like extreme favoritism in the judicial system. Yes, I do realize that these are two different courts...
on November 28,2013 | 07:04AM
RichardCory wrote:
So you realize it's two different courts, with two different judges, with two different sets of circumstances (most of which you are unaware of due to it not being reported in the media), but yet you still think it sounds like "extreme favoritism." People are so depressing.
on November 28,2013 | 08:06AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
Sorry to tell you this, RichardCory, but livinginhawaii does have a point. When one cheats the IRS, he cheats us the rest of us taxpayers. In effect, he stole from everyone else.
on November 28,2013 | 02:29PM
scooters wrote:
Funny how Police announce the name of this suspect from the Aiea burglary but NOT the name of the arrested suspect in the Kailua burglary??? Once a person is booked, their name becomes a matter of public record. So why the difference??
on November 28,2013 | 08:46AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
Let's hope that this burglar gets the prison time that is reflective of his bail amount if he is found guilty. The fact that this man is being held for such a high bail is very encouraging as it tells us that maybe property crimes are now being taken seriously.
on November 28,2013 | 02:26PM
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