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Soldier robbed and burned in attack at Schofield Barracks

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 05:02 p.m. HST, Jun 25, 2013



A Schofield Barracks soldier was robbed and suffered burns at his home on the Wahiawa base Monday, Army officials reported.

The soldier, assigned to the 25th Infantry Division, told Army Criminal Investigation Command investigators that two men attacked him in the backyard of his home. Army officials said the crime was reported at 10:47 p.m.

Emergency Medical Services said the soldier was taken to Tripler Army Medical Center in serious condition with burns and other injuries.







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silvangold wrote:
SA: WHY PRINT words that DON'T SAY NOTHING? three sentenses does NOT make a news article................
on June 25,2013 | 09:49AM
Anonymous wrote:
why complain? just cancel your subscription
on June 25,2013 | 09:55AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Better to have three paragraphs of truth, then to go on and on with made up news.
on June 25,2013 | 06:11PM
mikethenovice wrote:
Three paragraphs, not sentence. I learned that in first grade in my phonic class.
on June 25,2013 | 06:10PM
RichardCory wrote:
The first and third "paragraphs" barely constitute paragraphs.
on June 25,2013 | 09:54PM
false wrote:
"Words that don't say ANYTHING". Three sentenCe paragraphs are appropriate if the contain a central idea. Phonics is plural because it is never singular. The point is we want to know who was hit because it might be someone we know. This is just part of the Police Report for the night. It's never complete until the families have been notified.
on June 26,2013 | 06:02AM
localguy wrote:
silvangold - Just another rookie poster, just got online, not sure what to do. Really? ................
on June 25,2013 | 07:02PM
Tarakian wrote:
Wow, robbed on a federal base! I find it hard to believe that other fellow soldiers robbed him, then that would leave...civilians from off base? That's my profile for this case.
on June 25,2013 | 03:57PM
jess wrote:
Or maybe it was a personal thing and a fellow soldier (or spouse/child of a soldier) made it look like a random robbery. Maybe we can get more information about this story SA....
on June 25,2013 | 04:02PM
Mana07 wrote:
Our armed forces mirror society. In other words, the military has punks, criminals, and trash just like the civilian world does. I bet when all is said and done that we find out this was drug related...and yes, the military has drug users & dealers too.
on June 25,2013 | 04:23PM
localguy wrote:
While the US Military may have problems, understand they are guilty of Federal Crimes taking place on Federal Property. Justice is swift and harsh if you break the law and are caught. I would suggest with unannounced urine testing the standard, applies to everyone regardless of rank, the levels are much less when compared to civilians.
on June 25,2013 | 07:04PM
8082062424 wrote:
i do not no a lot of them came back from the war not really right in the head. i hope they keep them on base and not let them out of the base
on June 25,2013 | 05:48PM
MexMe wrote:
What an ignorant thing to say! You admit that you don't know many soldiers. Apparently, you watch too much TV.
on June 25,2013 | 06:14PM
localguy wrote:
Can't hold them hostage on base forever. They are allowed to live like everyone else.
on June 25,2013 | 07:06PM
honopic wrote:
You also do not know how to write "I do not know." Who's not really right in the head here?
on June 25,2013 | 07:42PM
BIG wrote:
What a terrible thing to say
on June 25,2013 | 08:58PM
Carang_da_buggahz wrote:
That's got to be the stupidest thing ever said on this site. You obviously have never walked a mile in someone else's shoes. Did you even make it to the 6th grade?
on June 26,2013 | 06:13AM
Mythman wrote:
very strange?
on June 25,2013 | 04:22PM
SteveToo wrote:
5 will get you 10 there are drugs in this story.
on June 25,2013 | 05:49PM
mikethenovice wrote:
Drug lab?
on June 25,2013 | 06:09PM
tasod wrote:
That is totally f'd up. I hope the soldier gets better and support from the community.
on June 25,2013 | 07:04PM
hikine wrote:
I wonder if the soldier owned money or somethin' to these perps.
on June 26,2013 | 02:54AM
cojef wrote:
Police blotter info.
on June 26,2013 | 08:32AM
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