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Teenagers arrested in Waikiki robbery

By Star-Advertiser staff


Four teenagers allegedly assaulted and robbed a 56-year-old woman and 54-year-old man in Waikiki Thursday night.

Police said the suspects, a 17-year-old boy, two 15-year-old boys and a 14-year-old boy, allegedly used physical force to take property from the victims at bout 10 p.m. in Waikiki.

Officers arrested the teenagers at about 11:19 p.m. near the scene.

They were released pending further investigation Friday morning.

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PoiDoggy wrote:
Wish there were more details...where in Waikiki?
on July 12,2014 | 09:40AM
JPC wrote:
Juvenile pranksters ,whose names are protected by law having a civics lesson. They will grow to become outstanding citizens. Thanks mom and dad!
on July 12,2014 | 09:56AM
soundofreason wrote:
Future Deedy candidates.
on July 13,2014 | 07:17AM
cojef wrote:
You mean victims??
on July 13,2014 | 10:04AM
soundofreason wrote:
That too.
on July 13,2014 | 06:58PM
RandolphW wrote:
Just future violent criminals in the making. Might as well let them go.
on July 12,2014 | 12:08PM
HD36 wrote:
Kids growing up without a father are 66% more prone to be losers in life.
on July 12,2014 | 01:29PM
DemBones wrote:
I live in Waikiki. Beautiful. I remember Google Maps had "briefly," I suppose with the help of HPD, afforded us a look at certain crimes within a certain map area. I think this "test" locally blanketed Waikiki. This feature which was a part of the HPD website is now gone. Within the last four years I have witnessed outside my kitchen window, two leaping suicides from the adjacent building! Yes! I had PTSD for a month hence. I did not see a whisper of incident in local news. I was told that these incidents do not get reported to the populace. Not good for business. I may agree. I am still traumatized.
on July 12,2014 | 02:30PM
AFishOutofH20 wrote:
on July 12,2014 | 03:17PM
WatsIt2u wrote:
Dey mama and papa need dey heads slapped...dey should be arrested fo dey kids crime
on July 12,2014 | 11:25PM
Mike174 wrote:
Catch & release program teaching petty criminals how to be thugs. Thanks for the protection!
on July 13,2014 | 07:01AM
soundofreason wrote:
And disarm the citizens so they make good victims.
on July 13,2014 | 07:20AM
cojef wrote:
Were the victims, tourists? If yes, they won't come back.
on July 13,2014 | 10:06AM
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