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Suspicious driving leads to car-theft arrest

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 01:03 p.m. HST, Apr 20, 2014

A 44-year-old Kaimuki man was arrested early Saturday morning after his suspicious driving drew the attention of a police officer.

According to police, the officer was responding to a report of "suspicious circumstances" in the area of Ahana Street and Liona Street near Keeaumoku when he saw the suspect abruptly pull over and park the vehicle.

The officer checked the vehicle's license plate and discovered that the vehicle had been reported stolen.

The suspect was arrested on suspicion of unauthorized control of a propelled vehicle.

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soundofreason wrote:
This is the fourth car in recent weeks found stolen as a by product of HPD investigating something else. STILL not hearing any stats on what that multi-thousand dollar contraption that HPD bought is doing. Is it sitting in someone's trunk?
on April 20,2014 | 06:25AM
krusha wrote:
I don't care as long as these crooks are put behind bars. Just a few of them commit most of the crimes, so each one taken off the street probably prevents dozens of other cars from getting ripped off in the future. I just hope they figure out a way to throw the book at these guys to send a message to others to find another line of work besides crime.
on April 20,2014 | 09:05AM
paniolo wrote:
Another dumb criminal that don't know how to drive and get caught driving a stolen vehicle.
on April 20,2014 | 08:25AM
samidunn wrote:
Wonder how many cars he's stolen in his 44 year life time. And how many years he's spent in jail.
on April 20,2014 | 08:35AM
cojef wrote:
No salvation for this individual for committing such foolish act.
on April 20,2014 | 09:05AM
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