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Police arrest Wahiawa man for alleged attack on neighbor

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 09:15 a.m. HST, Sep 09, 2013

A man was arrested Sunday night after he allegedly entered another man's Wahiawa house and assaulted him, police said. 

The two men, who are neighbors, had been drinking alcohol together and got into an argument, police said. The suspect, 33, then entered the victim's house around 9 p.m. and physically assaulted the 31-year-old man, according to police records. 

The suspect was arrested about an hour later near Wahiawa General Hospital on suspicion of first-degree burglary, police said.

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fiveo wrote:
A guy assaults his neighbor after entering the victim's home and the cops then arrest him for burglary. i don't like this overcharging for what was an assault and trespassing situation. This kind of overcharging has been going on for a long time and needs to stop. This is largely the work of the Prosecutor's office. The assigned Prosecutor to the police cellblock is the one that determines what to charge. To me this kind of stuff is abusive. If there is a need to change the law or pass a new statute to cover this kind of situation, then this is what they need to do. Not overcharge and make a misdemeanor offfense situation into a class B felony. This is wrong.
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