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Woman wakes up as ex-boyfriend breaks in

By Star-Advertiser staff


A 20-year-old woman awoke Saturday morning to find her ex-boyfriend attempting to enter her bedroom window, police said.

The 21-year-old Waianae man fled when the window shattered at about 4 a.m. and patrol officers arrested the suspect at about 7:20 a.m. on suspicion of first-degree burglary, violating a restraining order and contempt warrants.

Police said the suspect had recently been served with a protective order.

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Pocho wrote:
CRAZY dude
on July 12,2014 | 03:43PM
islandsun wrote:
on July 12,2014 | 03:48PM
sak wrote:
S T U P I D !
on July 12,2014 | 06:34PM
WatsIt2u wrote:
on July 12,2014 | 11:30PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Suspicion? I think he did it.
on July 13,2014 | 12:23AM
South76 wrote:
The TRO is a joke in Hawaii. We have seen too many with TRO issued only to see the victims get hurt or killed by the perpetrators. Besides providing a piece of paper to the ones seeking TRO against someone, they should be taught how to shoot a gun or instructions on how to sue a tazer gun in the event that the perpetrator shows up unannounced.
on July 13,2014 | 01:34AM
joseph007 wrote:
Our "justice" system encourages TRO violators. They very rarely get jail time, unless it's the 5th or 6th violation. Keith Kaneshiro too busy chasing down Chuck E Cheese machines for gambling. Better headlines!
on July 13,2014 | 06:32AM
cojef wrote:
Guess when you got the hots, it's no stopping until you get busted. Idiotic could be?
on July 13,2014 | 09:43AM
cojef wrote:
Oop used the word hots and got sent for approval.
on July 13,2014 | 09:43AM
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