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Kapahulu man arrested for violating protective order 44 times

By Star-Advertiser staff

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A 52-year-old Kapahulu man is scheduled to be arraigned in Family Court Thursday on 44 counts of violating a protective order against a family member.

Police arrested John Michael Gaizo at his home on Monsarrat Avenue just before 2 p.m. Tuesday.

According to police records, Gaizo allegedly violated a protective order 44 times.

He was being held on $88,000 bail.






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BuhByeAloha wrote:
44 counts? We have laws on the books, can we please enforce them?
on April 24,2014 | 07:17AM
soundofreason wrote:
You wanna them to start doing that .....now?
on April 24,2014 | 07:43AM
jmarie wrote:
Sounds like a good candidate for Hope Probation!!
on April 24,2014 | 07:27AM
soundofreason wrote:
Don't get me started on that! ;)
on April 24,2014 | 07:44AM
browniegirl wrote:
44 counts? Shouldn't this also be charged for what it really is? STALKING.
on April 24,2014 | 07:28AM
soundofreason wrote:
The "victim" LET him do it the other 43 times.
on April 24,2014 | 07:44AM
control wrote:
Let him? Give me a break. My sister was stalked by an ex-boyfriend for over a year. He damaged her property, threatened her and her kids. He was arrested multiple times and released by a lax judicial system. It took a no-nonsense judge to haul his okole to jail before he got the message.
on April 24,2014 | 08:53AM
Pocho wrote:
no, if it's reported 43 violations then it must have been reported. HPD just did not do it's job
on April 24,2014 | 09:16AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
In Hawaii, only physical injuries and/or death will get anybody moving....apparently.
on April 24,2014 | 07:49AM
control wrote:
So much about protective orders, unless they put this guy in jail he will continue to violate the protective order. Protective orders mean very little I guess. I just hope that the guy doesn't kill the "family member".
on April 24,2014 | 08:10AM
gsc wrote:
What a Joke ....... Impeach Keith Kaneshiro ............
on April 24,2014 | 08:39AM
joseph007 wrote:
Judge Karen Ahn should be ashamed.
on April 24,2014 | 08:42AM
808Cindy wrote:
This is Terrible!! Why have laws if they are not enforced!!!! We need more enforcement and more JAILS !!
on April 24,2014 | 08:56AM
iwanaknow wrote:
Dubious distinction?
on April 24,2014 | 09:20AM
KB wrote:
44 times they should started letting the public know what s going on with the system .These specific data "44 times for the same offense "will begin to influence the public opinion of the problem; the solution is not more judges but more firm follow through and less legal words ....prioritize resources . thank you
on April 24,2014 | 12:21PM
buttery wrote:
Car 54 where are you?!
on April 24,2014 | 12:28PM
loquaciousone wrote:
You're showing your age.
on April 24,2014 | 12:42PM
808noelani wrote:
What a joke! Only 44 times? Couldn't they have waited for maybe 444 times?
on April 24,2014 | 12:42PM
salsacoquibx wrote:
Only 44 times..is that a record?
on April 24,2014 | 03:13PM
Publicbraddah wrote:
I guess the courts were waiting for him to commit murder before taking appropriate action. Further proof that a TRO or any other protective order is nothing more than paper. Only ONE violation should have resulted in his arrest.
on April 25,2014 | 06:38AM
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