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Teen spots alleged moped thief in Sunset Beach

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 03:58 p.m. HST, Dec 26, 2013

Police said a teenaged girl spotted a 45-year-old man Tuesday evening riding a stolen moped in the Sunset Beach parking lot.

The girl observed the alleged thief at 4:42 p.m., and police arrested him just after 5 p.m. on suspicion of driving a stolen vehicle, according to police documents. He was later released from police custody pending an investigation. 

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atilter wrote:
hmmm .... curious absence of details in the article ... what alerted the teenage girl to the possbility of the vehicle having been stolen? does she have personal knowledge of the moped in question or prior knowledge of the habit of the alleged thief?
on December 26,2013 | 09:02AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
atilter, apparently, the moped belongs to her, or to someone she knew well enough.
on December 27,2013 | 08:01AM
Anonymous wrote:
"teenaged" should be "teenage" according to Webster.
on December 26,2013 | 09:53AM
serious wrote:
This is Hawaiian education---anything goes--want fries with that? BTW, Webster never copyrighted his dictionary, so any dictionary can rightfully say Webster, same applies as every book claims "On the NY Times best seller list".
on December 26,2013 | 12:16PM
RetiredWorking wrote:
serious, I didn't know you worked for McD's.
on December 26,2013 | 01:14PM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
serious, you missed the whole boat on this one. There is such a word as "teenaged". Anonymous was wrong to state that according to Webster it should be teenage. You can check that for yourself.
on December 26,2013 | 01:15PM
droid wrote:
Either way is correct. However, “teenage” seems more clean a usage. I encourage YOU to check Merriam-Webster — the original and only TRUE Webster dictionary.
on December 27,2013 | 12:44AM
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