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OCCC inmate, up for parole, arrested after escape

By Star-Advertiser staff

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A 31-year-old Oahu Community Correctional Center inmate, who is serving time on several drug related charges, was arrested for escape after failing to return Friday while a job-seeking work furlough pass.

Wilbert Torno left the prison at noon on Friday and was supposed to return at 5 p.m. the same day.

Torno returned to the prison Monday night and arrested by police on suspicion of second-degree escape.

He was scheduled for a parole hearing in May.







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Bdpapa wrote:
I hope it was worth it!
on February 4,2014 | 07:28AM
2_centz wrote:
we can't underestimate the people who are that kind who can't reason with this kind of stuff. we aren't in school where the teacher is grading the students, this is real life, people like this exist and this is proof. nothing else need be said.
on February 4,2014 | 08:03AM
GooglyMoogly wrote:
That doesn't make any sense.
on February 4,2014 | 08:32AM
GONEGOLFIN wrote:
Somebody should give you their 2 cents worth because you make absolutely NO cents. (play on words incase you were going to make a comment)
on February 4,2014 | 10:22AM
Kealii wrote:
I kind of got the first sentence. I think. But you totally lost me after that.
on February 4,2014 | 12:35PM
joseph007 wrote:
Why are the so few black American's in trouble with the law. Murder, rape, burglary, etc. It's the numbers. With less than 1% of the population, the commit 5 % or more of these crimes. Why?
on February 4,2014 | 08:03AM
FinzyKontini wrote:
Education and upbringing.
on February 4,2014 | 08:39AM
GONEGOLFIN wrote:
not sure what country you live in. I have not checked the census, but I would presume the % of black Americans to be much higher than the 1% you are suggesting.
on February 4,2014 | 10:23AM
serious wrote:
The site is NAACP FACT SHEET. From the numbers I can see why there is discrimination and profiling.
on February 5,2014 | 05:29AM
FinzyKontini wrote:
I think this guy got in trouble in the first place for possession of narc (most probably pot). But he was a good model inmate, so he got certain privilages. However, he decided to spend a little too much time outside of curfew for SB Weekend (maybe with friends, family, or heck even his kid). He knew he would get docked for it but going back to Bdpapa's post above...it's totally worth it.
on February 4,2014 | 08:43AM
Bdpapa wrote:
Probably. He figures he can do another 6 months.
on February 4,2014 | 12:32PM
mongoosa wrote:
Was the public notified of the escape and was his picture published at the first available moment? I must have missed it, courtesy of Dept. of Public Safety?
on February 4,2014 | 09:42AM
Kealii wrote:
Wait, we have a Department of Public Safety?
on February 4,2014 | 12:37PM
silvangold wrote:
it's like I try and try to make my kids understand. there are rules. to oby the rules (thus the law) is to be a happy well adjusted adult in todays society. thats all that counts. follow the rules.
on February 4,2014 | 11:14AM
Kealii wrote:
Das why hard lidat
on February 4,2014 | 12:39PM
lowtone123 wrote:
I guess parole is out of the question now?
on February 4,2014 | 11:58AM
primo1 wrote:
If you don't want to work, just break the terms of your prison furlough and you'll get even more free room and board.
on February 4,2014 | 12:51PM
rayhawaii wrote:
They little mistake going to cost us tax payers about $120,000.00 for 2 more years added to time in prison.
on February 5,2014 | 02:58AM
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