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2 Waianae girls arrested for allegedly making threats

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 08:57 a.m. HST, Dec 10, 2013

Two girls were arrested Monday after they allegedly threatened two other girls in Waianae.

Police said the first suspect — a 12-year-old female — allegedly threatened two girls, ages 12 and 13. The second suspect, a 12-year-old girl, then told the two victims that she would hurt them if they told anyone of the threat.

The two suspects were arrested on suspicion of first-degree terroristic threatening.

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false wrote:
Accountability all start at home.
on December 10,2013 | 08:02AM
loquaciousone wrote:
Dangerous out West side.
on December 10,2013 | 08:04AM
niimi wrote:
What else is new?
on December 10,2013 | 08:16AM
daniwitz13 wrote:
Threats are a form of freedom of speech. Words are just that, words. The words are not tangible. The do not fly through the air and attack someone. All words taken separately are in the dictionary. Words are there for free People to use. Whether another Person likes it or not is their problem. That's what People go to School for, to learn words, language and communication. This is not something for the Police to get involved. How does one prove that a words were spoken? .Open a Persons brain? That the other Person said so? Proof, open their brain? Spoken are sounds, how again does one prove what sounds were actually heard? Words have meaning, but to who's meaning? Yours, mine, the Police, the Court? How does one prove thoughts? It is just a waste of time and against freedoms. To have a record that follows one in life, that they spoke words that someone didn't like? Insane. Pity
on December 10,2013 | 08:50AM
hikine wrote:
Like it's said yelling "FIRE" in a movie theater doesn't constitute freedom of speech. Freedom of speech is fine as long as it doesn't affect other people's freedom. Threatening words can affect people mentally and emotionally. No one has the right to threaten another person in the guise of "Freedom of Speech"!
on December 10,2013 | 11:40AM
Jonas wrote:
Guess that plan didn't work out too well.
on December 10,2013 | 09:04AM
makaha72 wrote:
Star Advertiser, will you inform us of how this issue was resolved? Was this really newsworthy because the police were called?
on December 10,2013 | 09:12AM
salsacoquibx wrote:
Typical Waianae..whats new?
on December 10,2013 | 10:05AM
hikine wrote:
Sounds like bullying. Titas in the making!
on December 10,2013 | 11:36AM
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