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Man carrying cash register stopped by Waikiki officer

LAST UPDATED: 04:53 a.m. HST, Apr 10, 2014

An 18-year-old man carrying a rubbish can with a cash register inside aroused the suspicion of a Honolulu Police officer in Waikiki early Tuesday morning.

The officer stopped the suspect at about 4:30 a.m. and questioned him.

A short time later, police learned that a nearby bar, which was closed, had been burglarized.

Officers investigated and arrested the suspect on suspicion of burglary.

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joseph007 wrote:
Out pending investigation. Will they never learn (prosecutors office).
on April 9,2014 | 08:08AM
ez_tiga wrote:
Its called, "Due Process".. Everyone is entitle to it...
on April 9,2014 | 10:01AM
kk808 wrote:
Wouldn't have gotten caught if he carried a wallet instead. lol
on April 9,2014 | 08:39AM
jbguzior wrote:
kudos to the cop for noticing something was amiss. When are these crack heads going to learn.
on April 9,2014 | 09:12AM
Bdpapa wrote:
Wow, lucky. They usually are sleeping at 430.
on April 9,2014 | 09:36AM
hikine wrote:
You mean the cops? LOL
on April 9,2014 | 11:08AM
KaneoheSJ wrote:
A couple months in the pen and he'll be right back out again doing it again but this time he'll probably commit more crimes and not be caught for a while and then get caught and repeat the cycle.
on April 9,2014 | 11:42AM
paniolo wrote:
Braddah, next time make sure the cash register get some money. The owner said no had any money.
on April 9,2014 | 02:22PM
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