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Woman, seen on video, is charged with Manoa burglary

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 11:19 a.m. HST, May 07, 2014

A 19-year-old woman is charged with first degree burglary after she was caught on video surveillance cameras allegedly burglarizing a Manoa residence, police said.

The incident happened on Saturday at 7:28 a.m.

Police arrested the suspect at 6:50 p.m. Saturday.

She was charged on Tuesday. Bail was set at $20,000.

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krusha wrote:
Another example of how valuable these cameras are. Well worth the expenses of installing them to catch these crooks who probably ripped off dozens of other places before finally getting caught.
on May 7,2014 | 06:57AM
soundofreason wrote:
and yet, her bail is only 2000 like it was her first time.
on May 7,2014 | 07:24AM
torxman wrote:
$20,000 you need to wear a binocular so you can read things right.
on May 7,2014 | 07:31AM
soundofreason wrote:
It's called a typo. Contribute an opinion.
on May 7,2014 | 06:56PM
joseph007 wrote:
Probation will be he "sentence".
on May 7,2014 | 08:24AM
KaneoheSJ wrote:
Burglary, like other property crimes, is often seen as harmless but the damage that it does to those who have been victimized is great. I have dealt with many of these victims and it is like being violated. We, as a community, need to see it for what it is, a crime that is serious and need to be dealt with so that violators and potential violators will think twice. As in one article, offenders do not see it as a harsh enough deterrent when they receive short sentences. They know that as long as they do not carry a weapon they are free from real punishment. But when a burglar is found in one's domain, violence has been the result in some cases. A bill has gone forward that will deal with property crimes such as this. Let's hope that we are moving towards real solutions against crime.
on May 7,2014 | 10:48AM
saveparadise wrote:
The punishment is so lax that the criminals don't care if they are being filmed or caught. Got what they wanted and right back out on the streets in no time. Insanity continues.......
on May 7,2014 | 10:59AM
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