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Arson suspected in restroom fire; Damage estimated at $100,000

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 11:16 a.m. HST, Jan 19, 2014


A fire at the Kaiaka Beach Park restroom in Waialua Saturday afternoon is believed to be intentionally set, said Honolulu Fire Department spokesman Capt. Terry Seelig.

The fire happened at 1:56 p.m. and was under control by 2:35 p.m.

The fire started in one of the bathroom stalls, Seelig said. 

Damage to the wooden roof  is estimated at $100,000.

Fire investigators forwarded the case to Honolulu police.







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kekelaward wrote:
F*kin' punks. Those Porta Potties in Chinatown don't stand a chance.
on January 19,2014 | 09:28AM
ptofview wrote:
This is why the state should provide Porta Potties instead of a structure, which will be used as a nice house for the homeless!
on January 19,2014 | 09:33AM
nitpikker wrote:
you mean the potra potties? why? will the homeless make them into "mobile homes" by sticking a shopping cart under them??
on January 19,2014 | 12:55PM
solo3808 wrote:
The park is closed every night and the gate is locked with no public access. Ther are 10 permit only campers that are aloud to stay there. These people that get the permits are homeless and abuse alcohol and drugs and take advatage of the system. This is no act of radom violence. These permit people witnessed this crime. There is a record of the people who had a permit to camp in a closed park. They are involved or a witness.
on January 19,2014 | 05:31PM
hikine wrote:
No park is a 100% closed. Closing the main entrance with a gate or chain doesn't mean people won't go in the park at night.
on January 19,2014 | 10:24PM
sailfish1 wrote:
They should stop giving camping permits for the parks.
on January 20,2014 | 03:14AM
sailfish1 wrote:
They better get more estimates for repairing he restroom roof.
on January 20,2014 | 04:11AM
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