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Boy, 13, arrested for allegedly setting fire to mattress

By Associated Press

LAST UPDATED: 07:51 a.m. HST, Jul 17, 2013

Police arrested a 13-year-old boy Monday after patrol officers saw him set a mattress on fire in the pedestrian underpass in the Keeaumoku area.

The small fire scorched the wall of the underpass.

The suspect was arrested on suspicion of arson.

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Admirable wrote:
At least he did not pull the tag off...
on July 17,2013 | 07:58AM
LKK56 wrote:
Good one
on July 17,2013 | 08:18AM
miss_laulau wrote:
When I was a small kid, I really believed I would be arrested. My older sister was more brave, she ripped that darn thing off and I was afraid the police was going to arrest her....lol
on July 17,2013 | 08:34AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
They start early in town.....keep 'em there!
on July 17,2013 | 08:26AM
olos73 wrote:
Where he going sleep now?
on July 17,2013 | 01:22PM
residenttaxpayer wrote:
I guess he has no bed to sleep on now.....
on July 17,2013 | 03:55PM
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