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Police arrest woman suspected of hitting car, assaulting girls in Kaimuki

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 06:07 p.m. HST, May 07, 2014

Police arrested a 22-year-old woman Tuesday afternoon for allegedly damaging a passing vehicle in Kaimuki and assaulting two girls in the area.

No serious injuries were reported.

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kekelaward wrote:
The headline almost has the same amount of words as the story itself.
on May 7,2014 | 06:45PM
BIG wrote:
on May 8,2014 | 06:52AM
scooters wrote:
So where is the name of the arrested suspect? Once "booked" names are "public domain"...
on May 7,2014 | 06:56PM
Anonymous wrote:
Meth...Not even once....
on May 7,2014 | 09:06PM
MillionMonkeys wrote:
Geez, give em time to do a little research, eh. Only 30 hours since it happened. By next week should have a whole paragraph.
on May 7,2014 | 09:34PM
Since this story is so short and non-discriptive, I'd like to change the subject to an editorial this morning from a gentleman concerning UH Football and how it should be stopped/cancelled due to loss revenues. I think he fails to see that "football" is NOT the problem. The problem originates from a little thing called "Title IX Whikle the rationale for Title IX is evident, it has created a financial mountain for almost all the universities across the country to comply with and remain financially stable. If we were to get rid of UH Football as he is presuming, it would put the university into a deeper financial bind as UH Football is the driving force in creating the athletic revenue in the first place. Just saying, would be nice if people understood the hows and whys of the problem and not just the end result.
on May 8,2014 | 10:20AM
false wrote:
Some people grumble about everything. No worry.
on May 8,2014 | 11:23AM
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