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Police arrest man who allegedly tried to sell stolen van to recycler

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 11:58 a.m. HST, Jul 24, 2013



A 51-year-old man is in custody after he allegedly tried to sell a stolen van to a Kalihi metal recycling business.

Police made the arrest Monday when the suspect couldn’t produce ownership papers.

After checking, police found out that the vehicle had been stolen last month.

The suspect was arrested on suspicion of unauthorized control of a propelled vehicle.







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ippikiokami wrote:
"After checking, police found out that the vehicle had been last month." Lately, I have noticed a lot of missing words in sentences in stories with the StarAdvertiser. It's gets pretty awkward when I have to fill in the missing words to complete the sentences.
on July 24,2013 | 12:35PM
honopic wrote:
Agree with you, and shake my head every time I see "By Star-Advertiser staff, which I presume to mean more than one person looked at it before publishing. Have "proof-reader" and "editor" become endangered species?
on July 24,2013 | 01:59PM
olos73 wrote:
No worry, all the news sites and TV news stations get blunders. Some missing words, some with spelling errors, wrong ages, wrong numbers, etc. They want the readers to guess what they were trying to say.
on July 24,2013 | 03:05PM
Anonymous wrote:
" Have "proof-reader" and "editor" become endangered species? " What do you think we are here for!? No sense pay out hundreds of thousands of dollars a year in expenses when they can have us comment-editors for free.
on July 24,2013 | 04:46PM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Town side criminals and Star Advertiser writers = both scary
on July 24,2013 | 11:06PM
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