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Man, 27, arrested for driving a stolen car

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 12:06 p.m. HST, Feb 16, 2014

An traffic violation Saturday night in Pearl City led police to an alleged car thief, according to police records. 

Police said a patrol officer stopped a vehicle around 10:35 p.m. after he observed the driver commit a traffic violation while headed eastbound on Moanalua Road near the H-1 on-ramp.

The officer discovered that the vehicle was stolen and arrested the driver, a 27-year-old Salt Lake man, on suspicion of unauthorized control of a motorized vehicle, according to police records.

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XML808 wrote:
I don't know about the rest of your good folk out there but I wonder how many of these criminals are arrested by detectives as oppose to regular beat cops. That would be an interesting statistic to know.
on February 16,2014 | 12:33PM
Wage Earner wrote:
why, what do you think the difference is? do you actually know the difference between patrol and criminal investigation division? are you just another know it all armchair quarterback? watching too many police dramas on tv? in the end, who cares who ends up making the arrest. the main thing is that the bad guys are locked up.
on February 17,2014 | 09:26AM
kuewa wrote:
As long as I live, I will never understand why people would want to steal a car in Hawai`i. Where are you going to drive it to? But then I guess any person that was able to think that far ahead wouldn't be committing any crime.
on February 17,2014 | 07:13AM
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