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Kalihi man charged for allegedly slamming door on officer's leg

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 07:30 a.m. HST, Jan 03, 2014

A 30-year-old Kalihi man was charged Thursday for allegedly slamming a door at a Kalihi home on a police officer's leg.

Terson Mickawin was charged with assault on a law enforcement officer. His bail was set at $20,000. 

Police were called to an argument in Kalihi at 8:15 p.m. Jan. 1. When officers arrived at the home, the man slammed the door, injuring the 33-year-old officer, police said.

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on January 3,2014 | 07:09AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Kalihi folks usually have something to hide don't they
on January 3,2014 | 07:37AM
cojef wrote:
Tough way to earn a living???
on January 3,2014 | 08:01AM
richierich wrote:
Why was the officers foot in the door anyways? Was officer invited in? Did the officer have a warrant?
on January 3,2014 | 08:17AM
starlight wrote:
Whose side are you on? What would a warrant be needed for in being called to a scene? If you needed help I hope you dont expect a warrant. Use some sense.
on January 3,2014 | 01:40PM
richierich wrote:
I'm on the side that supports individuals rights. I further question if the officer had a right to step foot in Mr. Mickawin's doorway.
on January 3,2014 | 02:09PM
AhiPoke wrote:
Why was the officer's leg in the doorway? Technically, if the officer was not invited in or he had reason to enter without permission, I question his right to have his leg in the doorway.
on January 3,2014 | 08:19AM
starlight wrote:
Like your nose is in the doorway
on January 3,2014 | 01:41PM
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