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Police charge driver of stolen car

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 08:15 p.m. HST, Mar 09, 2014

Police charged a 23-year-old man who was seen operating a stolen vehicle.

According to police, the vehicle was stolen on Feb. 3. The suspect, Wayne Leroy Paakaula, was seen operating the vehicle of Friday and subsequently arrested.

Paakaula, who does not have a local address, was charged Saturday with unauthorized control of a propelled vehicle. His bail was set at $20,000.

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soundofreason wrote:
So, the way bail works, you only have to come of with 10% of the bail amount in cash. So for a mere $2,000, this man is on our streets again. Just great. Sleep well all. Justice at work.
on March 10,2014 | 07:00AM
Anonymous wrote:
sound, the way bail works is that YOU come up with $20,000. When you appear in court, your bail is returned to you. Orrr, you pay a bail bondsman 10%-15% of the bai, the the bondsman places the $20,000 bail for you. When you appear in court, the bondsman gets the bail money back. You, the defendant, LOSE your $2K-$3K, because you paid for the bondsman's services. And that's why Dog Chapman chases down the guys who skip bail.Now you know, so you can sleep well.
on March 10,2014 | 07:49AM
soundofreason wrote:
Bottom line, people don't come up with 20k - They USE bail bond companies and, as I said, come up with 2k to get out on the streets and then don't pay...or show...and THAT'S why Chapman as GOT a show. 2k.........on the streets.
on March 10,2014 | 07:06PM
samidunn wrote:
Come on Judges, what do you say. The poor guy is down on his luck, lets put him back on the street.
on March 10,2014 | 08:56AM
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