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Pair held in alleged robbery in Waianae

By Star-Advertiser staff


Police arrested a 24-year-old Waianae man and a 21-year-old woman with no local address in connection with an alleged robbery in Waianae on Sunday.

According to police, the pair shoplifted items from a retail store then used force against a 50-year-old male employee as they attempted to flee.

Both suspects were arrested on suspicion of second-degree robbery and later released pending further investigation.

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HAJAA1 wrote:
on March 9,2014 | 11:00PM
mokebla wrote:
Back in the late 60's, I use to drive to Waianae from Kahuku to visit my girl friend now my wife for 40yrs and had no problem with the people all the way on the west side. Back then it was all about Ohana, today it's different. It's like what you looking at, I owe you money or you like leek'ens. It's sad, what happen to the west side. I tell my wife we go visit classmates and family, she said no way it's not safe. Sad.
on March 10,2014 | 05:23AM
whs1966 wrote:
Yes, as mokebla, writes, Waianae is not the wonderful place it used to be. When I was a kid, my buddies & I used to camp at Makaha Beach or Turtle Beach (where two condos sit now). We never worried about anyone messing with us. That's certainly not the case now, and that's too bad because kids can't enjoy that sort of thing now. Yes, sad. As HAJAA1 writes, these two are losers. The people in the store probably know them; so how do they think they can get away with shoplifting? Lolo!
on March 10,2014 | 05:39AM
nitpikker wrote:
MOST of the good people have moved away from the leeward coast.
on March 10,2014 | 06:30AM
Mike174 wrote:
And they let 'em out...
on March 10,2014 | 07:59AM
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