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Waipahu man held in alleged home intrusion

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 10:25 a.m. HST, Dec 30, 2013

An 18-year-old Waipahu man was arrested for allegedly forcing his way into a woman's home early Sunday morning.

Police said the woman heard a noise in her yard and saw the suspect at her door. When confronted, the suspect asked to enter the residence but was refused.

According to police, the suspect forced his way past the woman, who then fled to a neighbor's house and called police.

The suspect was found hiding in the residence and arrested on suspicion of second-degree unauthorized entry into a dwelling.

No property was taken and no injuries were reported.

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2NDC wrote:
Ok boys and girls, if you hear strange noises outside of your home, use the "peep hole" or other method to see what's outside BEFORE opening the door. DO NOT OPEN THE DOOR if you're not sure what/who it is. The simple act of KEEPING THE DOOR CLOSED and locked would have prevented this. :-( This public service announcement has bee brought to you by the letter "R". ;-)
on December 29,2013 | 08:09PM
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