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Fingerprints lead police to burglary suspect

By Star-Advertiser staff


Police said they used fingerprints to identify and arrest a woman, who allegedly burglarized the home of an 84-year-old woman in Kalihi.

Police arrested the 32-year-old woman Tuesday afternoon.

The suspect allegedly removed glass louvers to enter the home. Police said fingerprints recovered at the scene were tied to the suspect.

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HAJAA1 wrote:
Kriminal Kalihi
on January 22,2014 | 09:25PM
Upperkula wrote:
Police actualy printed the burg scene, I don't believe it.
on January 23,2014 | 02:41AM
krusha wrote:
They usually make a mess dusting everything up, but it's important not to touch anything until the police arrives or they will say the crime scene is too tampered to do any investigation. Also if your car gets broken into, don't drive it to the nearest police station and expect them to dust it. Just leave it as is and call 911 asap.
on January 23,2014 | 06:04AM
control wrote:
I agree....hard to believe. Normally, they can't be bothered to make the effort. I witnessed a road rage incident - had the vehicle description, plates, and suspect description. The guy had gotten out of his vehicle and tried to assault the victim who locked herself in her car. Had prints all over the place. HPD wasn't interested. I guess I need to request their driver license so HPD won't have to work so hard.
on January 23,2014 | 06:59AM
cojef wrote:
At least they caught this burglar. Derogatory comments should be ignored.
on January 23,2014 | 08:10AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
cojef,agree. HPD succeeded, but unhappy peeps here still denigrate them.
on January 23,2014 | 08:57AM
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