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Suspect caught trying to break into Kailua home

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 08:20 a.m. HST, Apr 18, 2014

A 65-year-old woman called police early Thursday morning to report a man trying to break into her Kailua home.

Officers responded and arrested a 24-year-old man at about 1 a.m., police said.

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cojef wrote:
Incidents of petty crimes seem to be on the rise? Apparently being on entitlements are not enough.
on April 18,2014 | 07:24AM
808Cindy wrote:
Please give this criminal a long jail sentence!!
on April 18,2014 | 07:43AM
Slow wrote:
Why? What do you propose we do for other than petty crimes? I know. Death.
on April 18,2014 | 09:31AM
KaneoheSJ wrote:
Obviously you haven't been a victim of burglary...yet.
on April 18,2014 | 12:14PM
RetiredWorking wrote:
Kaneohe, I agree with Slow. I have been a victim of crime a few times in my life. Let the punishment fit the crime.
on April 19,2014 | 07:46AM
motoxdad wrote:
You mean let him go so he can do it again? You know that's the reality of it.
on April 19,2014 | 07:57AM
jmarie wrote:
Arm yourself Hawaii, don't take crap from the criminals and the courts who will only slap them on the wrist with hope probation. Suspect attempts to enter your dwelling let then stick their head in then shoot um, period no courts, no probation just justice! This is why gun ownership is on the rise in Hawaii!
on April 18,2014 | 08:24AM
jmarie wrote:
Arm yourself to protect your home! only the strong survive!
on April 18,2014 | 08:25AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
jmarie, only the strong survive? Really? Sounds like a good catch phrase. Billions of people survive. We are no longer in the age of survival of the fittest. Our brain and our will to survive are our strongest weapon. It must be painful to worry so much about surviving. Enjoy the ride!
on April 19,2014 | 07:50AM
samidunn wrote:
The public needs to be protected from this person for a long time.
on April 19,2014 | 08:31AM
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