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Unwelcome woman returns to Nanakuli store, is nabbed for shoplifting

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 12:32 p.m. HST, Dec 30, 2013

A Waianae woman previously banned from a Nanakuli store was arrested on suspicion of shoplifting after a return visit, police said.

According to police records, a loss prevention officer detained the 53-year-old woman for allegedly shoplifting from a the store around noon on Sunday. It was later discovered that the store had previously warned the woman, police said. 

Police arrested the woman near 87-2070 Farrington Highway on suspicion of second-degree burglary at 2:50 p.m., according to police records.

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lowtone123 wrote:
Giving criminals a bad name.
on December 30,2013 | 01:28PM
NanakuliBoss wrote:
This is news? Shop lifting? Ala Moana has 20 times arrest, with big buck lost, but no story?
on December 30,2013 | 02:29PM
NB, they trying to give the people on the West Side an unfair representation of crimes island wide. You're right, with all the other crimes going on, seems they really focus on even the most manini story whether it is worthy or not!
on December 30,2013 | 05:27PM
FinzyKontini wrote:
"NB, they trying to give the people on the West Side an unfair representation of crimes island wide." Hey, it works! I haven't been to Waianae in around 5 years.
on December 31,2013 | 12:42PM
false wrote:
Beware of folks from the westside.
on December 30,2013 | 03:32PM
RetiredWorking wrote:
false, are you the new All lie? What a prejudicial statement.
on December 31,2013 | 04:46AM
sanoname wrote:
to many people supporting their bad habit including drugs have to steal from everyone including hospital. house cars etc yes some off the homeless are very bad they go back to old working place steal purse costing owners into the hundred &more to replace key & putting in alarms& camera. may the people kick them out from waianae.
on December 30,2013 | 07:45PM
SueH wrote:
Same blithering nonsense comment posted by same "person" about Big Island drug lab fire.
on December 31,2013 | 08:20AM
2NDC wrote:
The SA has an entire article plugging the Trump International Hotel in Waikiki, yet chooses not to publish the name of the store where some woman was arrested for shoplifting. Is it so difficult for them to publish "Nanakuli Sack N Save"? :-(
on December 30,2013 | 09:56PM
joseph007 wrote:
she's already out on bail of $ 100. looking to go shopping. waiting for her plea agreement in 6 months from now.
on December 31,2013 | 07:49AM
FinzyKontini wrote:
"a the store" sounds like uh-duh-uh-duh-uh-duh store. Just sayin'.
on December 31,2013 | 12:41PM
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