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Crime reduction effort in Kalihi leads to 140 arrests

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 06:50 a.m. HST, Apr 16, 2014



An operation to reduce crime in Kalihi led to 140 arrests and 115 citations over the weekend, Honolulu Police said Tuesday.

Officers arrested suspects for outstanding warrants, promoting detrimental drugs, and drinking and driving. Police also issued nearly 115 citations, including speeding tickets and driving without a license.







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Grimbold wrote:
Just the tip of the iceberg: 5000 more Kalihians more to go!
on April 16,2014 | 07:06AM
loquaciousone wrote:
No wonder they get the prison in Kalihi. No need go far to lock em up.
on April 16,2014 | 07:12AM
soundofreason wrote:
Impressive but sad that things could get SO out of hand that those kinds of numbers can be reached.
on April 16,2014 | 07:27AM
dontbelieveinmyths wrote:
Shouldn't everyday be a "crime reduction" day?
on April 16,2014 | 07:38AM
loquaciousone wrote:
Monday is blue day, Wednesday is hump day, Thursday is day after hump day and day before Aloha day, and Friday is Aloha day. That only leaves Tuesday for crime reduction.
on April 16,2014 | 07:45AM
pakeheat wrote:
what happened to Sunday? I guess all the bad boys go to church like angels?
on April 16,2014 | 09:59AM
Hotel wrote:
"Tuesday is Red's Tamales day". In San Francisco, 1950s and 1960s. Superior, massed-produced tamales. Corn husk wrappers and masa to die for. Actual pulled meats. Cheap! I just Googled "reds tamales day". YIKES! I been on dis rock too long?
on April 16,2014 | 12:35PM
lookup wrote:
I am sure the numbers will be just as many when the focus on other areas like Kapolei, Ewa, Waipahu, Waikiki, Waimanalo and even Hawaii Kai. Lots of crime going on in every area even other islands, just check out the daily news.
on April 16,2014 | 07:38AM
glenn57377 wrote:
Other places on the island for sure......but numbers as high as Kalihi? Really?
on April 16,2014 | 02:46PM
wlsc wrote:
good work!!!!! keep it up 24/7 everywhere, not just kalihi.
on April 16,2014 | 08:47AM
mi6hino wrote:
Until revolving door know as criminal justice system gets tough, and really punishes people, we will see more escalation as lots of violent criminals have like 20 prior arrests. Easy to get lots of criminals as they on the priors list. When will someone step up and run on a get tough on crime platform? Please one of you guys and gals HELP or help encourage someone or lots of someones. Even the mental cases out there is something else as I saw a guy at Han's field wearing a jock strap as his pants, during a Hilo verses Hawaii Pacific game, by the bathrooms.
on April 16,2014 | 09:03AM
soundofreason wrote:
Agreed. Our judicial system just recycles our criminals.
on April 16,2014 | 07:21PM
gsc wrote:
Can you Please make a Sweep in Hauula , There is a Colony of Ice Heads living behind the Hauula Shopping Center...
on April 16,2014 | 09:04AM
lokela wrote:
Only temporary. Once the police leave out they come again.
on April 16,2014 | 09:15AM
Oio wrote:
Crime Reduction Unit seems to be a better generation of police officers. They seem more tactical and good for them. Detectives seem to be better too. They seem quick to solve crimes and bust the bad guys.
on April 16,2014 | 11:05AM
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