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Convicted robber sentenced to additional 40 years

By Rob Shikina

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LAST UPDATED: 01:16 p.m. HST, May 21, 2014


A Circuit Court judge on Wednesday sentenced a 36-year-old man already serving 20 years for an Aiea pool hall robbery to an additional 40 years for his "outrageous behavior" in a separate home invasion robbery.

Patrick Deguair was found guilty in March of robbery, kidnapping, burglary, and firearm charges in connection with a 2007 Maili home invasion robbery. Deguair and three other people disguised as federal DEA agents burst into a home and robbed the residents at gunpoint.

Judge Glenn Kim said, "This defendant was clearly the ringleader of this whole operation." Rejecting a plea for Deguair to serve concurrent sentences, Kim said the invasion was "outrageous behavior and it's not going to be tolerated by ... this court."

Deguair had been accused of murdering a fellow suspect in the home invasion, Jermaine Duckworth, because Duckworth spoke to police about the invasion. Two juries deadlocked in separate trials, and Kim dismissed the murder charge.

Deguair was convicted in 2012 of robbing Aiea Cue in 2008, a week after Duckworth's body was found at the bottom of a cliff near Yokohama Bay.







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eoe wrote:
Where are all the typical commentators whingeing about liberal judges in Hawaii
on May 21,2014 | 01:24PM
HD36 wrote:
How could he have done the home invasion if he was already serving 20 years for the robbery? Did the liberal judges let him out early, or did they fail to put him in jail before he committed another crime?
on May 21,2014 | 04:22PM
RichardCory wrote:
Gee, I don't know. Maybe read the article and use your brain your figure it out?

"Deguair was convicted in 2012 of robbing Aiea Cue in 2008." "Patrick Deguair was found guilty in March of robbery, kidnapping, burglary, and firearm charges in connection with a 2007 Maili home invasion robbery."

What does that all mean? Deguair committed the two robberies prior to being taken into custody for any offense. He was later apprehended and convicted of the 2008 Aiea robbery in 2012, and he was sentenced to 20 years. While still in custody for the 20-year term, he was tried and convicted in March 2014 for the 2007 Maile robbery, in which the judge issued a consecutive 40-year sentence.

Oh my god, that was so hard to figure out.
on May 21,2014 | 07:20PM
Slow wrote:
I'm a liberal softy who believes we imprison far too many for far too long. This man's actions are why we have prisons. I hope he is in Halawa for decades.
on May 21,2014 | 01:28PM
Pocho wrote:
no, he should be incarcerated until he breathes no breath
on May 21,2014 | 04:10PM
HD36 wrote:
To me, there's a big difference between committing a violent crime and a non violent crime.
on May 21,2014 | 04:24PM
terryrs wrote:
To HD36 , Guess you don't know Pat. He killed more than one person.
on May 22,2014 | 03:39PM
Denominator wrote:
No, we should send him to Texas because it is cheaper. It cost more here because our guards are home watching tv every weekend. Either that or working overtime cuz others are home watching tv.
on May 21,2014 | 05:29PM
terryrs wrote:
We should have sent him to hell!
on May 22,2014 | 03:43PM
terryrs wrote:
Papasan, This guy should have been executed. He killed more than one person.
on May 22,2014 | 03:39PM
kgolfinghawaii wrote:
An obvious psychopath or sociopath. At least he shouldn't be getting out while he can still hurt people, hopefully the end comes in prison for this ruthless amoral individual.
on May 21,2014 | 01:31PM
Bully wrote:
I guess the judge gave him enough years to cover for the murder too.
on May 21,2014 | 01:50PM
cojef wrote:
A just deserve!
on May 21,2014 | 02:18PM
Wahiawamauka wrote:
Very surprised he didn't get hope probation.
on May 21,2014 | 02:37PM
salsacoquibx wrote:
remeber its still up to the paroling authority also..unfortunately
on May 21,2014 | 02:41PM
808warriorfan wrote:
With a little luck maybe he'll commit suicide and save us taxpayers from having to support him for the next how many years !!!!!
on May 21,2014 | 03:53PM
HD36 wrote:
I think we should offer them a human choice. 500 ml of sodium pentythol, or the firing squad.
on May 21,2014 | 04:26PM
bumba wrote:
Why not a .22 slug in the back of his head?
on May 21,2014 | 04:47PM
sailfish1 wrote:
Better to use a .45 - some people with hard skulls have survived a .22 to the head.
on May 21,2014 | 10:48PM
Tarakian wrote:
Judge Kim: 40 more years, great!
on May 21,2014 | 04:48PM
twitter6 wrote:
Another scum off the street. Yes!
on May 21,2014 | 04:48PM
Kalaheo1 wrote:
Thank you Judge Glenn Kim!

We can sleep a little better knowing that an evil, dangerous man is locked up and not getting out any time soon.

Hopefully, the next person who thinks about doing this will know about what happened when Patrick Deguair showed up in your courtroom and have a drink and go to bed instead.


on May 21,2014 | 05:17PM
rayhawaii wrote:
Going to cost us hard working tax payers $41,000 a year for his room and board or about 2.5 mil if he lives the whole term. The few ruin it for the many.
on May 21,2014 | 05:22PM
HD36 wrote:
The prison and jail population in America has quadrupled since 1980 with the war on drugs. Mandatory minimum sentences have propelled America to the country with the largest population of incarcerated citizens. I wonder if they put the cost of housing, staff, food, etc., into the federal deficit, or count it as an unfunded liability?
on May 21,2014 | 06:50PM
terryrs wrote:
Papasan, Sounds like you want to let him out to eliminate some more innocent victims.
on May 22,2014 | 03:42PM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Have fun, loser!
on May 21,2014 | 11:40PM
terryrs wrote:
Well folks he executed my son sniper style and the city said they don't have enough evidence to prosecute, what a laugh! For their actions another victim had to die (duckworth). I hope you liberals get it!
on May 22,2014 | 03:46PM
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