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Neighbor helps police catch teenage burglary suspect


Honolulu police credit an alert neighbor with helping police a 17-year-old boy suspected in the burglary of an Ewa Beach home.

Police said the neighbor called police and detained the boy after seeing the suspect and another boy take items from a garage at about 5 p.m. Sunday.

Police arrested the boy detained by the neighbor. The other suspect fled the scene.

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manakuke wrote:
One of the strongest defenses against residential property crime; the neighbor who gets involved!
on December 3,2013 | 02:04AM
Bdpapa wrote:
Yes, don't let them get away with nthing.
on December 3,2013 | 08:17AM
LMO wrote:
Doesn't anyone read this stuff before they publish? Read the first sentence again. The word "catch" is missing, no? I guess they assumed you would add it automatically. Sheesh!
on December 3,2013 | 04:34AM
BigOpu wrote:
Ha! I glossed over that also.
on December 3,2013 | 05:57AM
samidunn wrote:
Good catch
on December 3,2013 | 07:09AM
lowtone123 wrote:
Nothing new with SA. It happens so often it's laughable.
on December 3,2013 | 08:38AM
Carang_da_buggahz wrote:
Not to worry. He'll be back out on the streets in no time, flat, free to ply his trade virtually uninterrupted. You can thank our so-called "judicial" system for that.
on December 3,2013 | 08:40AM
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