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Former employees arrested in cigarette theft in Kahala

By Star-Advertiser staff


Honolulu Police arrested two former employees of a Kahala store who allegedly stole cartons of cigarettes from the store in August.

Officers arrested the suspects, ages 25 and 37,  on Wednesday after an investigation.

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LMO wrote:
Great story. Full of detail and pathos. Up to the usul SA standards!
on April 4,2014 | 07:35AM
cojef wrote:
Another sad commentary of the employed opting to become unemployed and perhaps succeed in becoming homeless. Consequences and after thought, rather than forethought.
on April 4,2014 | 08:05AM
HanabataDays wrote:
Nicotine jones. No more need be said.
on April 4,2014 | 08:09AM
XML808 wrote:
With the price of cigarettes these days, does this bump them up to felony theft?
on April 4,2014 | 08:45AM
mcc wrote:
Ww, really informative story, great job SA. Typical lazy reporting non story from one paper in town.
on April 4,2014 | 10:09AM
MillionMonkeys wrote:
Proof, once again, that tobacco is evil. Why isn't it illegal???
on April 4,2014 | 03:13PM
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