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Trespassers on Kunia farm allegedly assault security guard

By Associated Press

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LAST UPDATED: 07:22 a.m. HST, Jan 23, 2014



Police are looking for two men who tried to run down a security guard with a car at a Kunia farm Wednesday night.

Police said the security guard confronted the two men just before 10 p.m. when he saw them walking away from a vehicle on the farm.

An argument ensued and the two suspects allegedly assaulted the 50-year-old security guard.

In trying to escape from the guard, the pair tried to run the victim down with their car.







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Charliegrunt wrote:
Time to start training and arming security guards. If these trespassers have reached the point that they are willing to run over a security guard with a vehicle, the security guard should be allowed to protect his life.
on January 23,2014 | 07:52AM
cojef wrote:
Only in remote areas where there are few people around. Otherwise, spray or wayward bullets may injure innocent bystanders.
on January 23,2014 | 07:58AM
entrkn wrote:
Lets see if our cracked system of justice can find and appropriately deal with these two...
on January 23,2014 | 08:12AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
What? No cameras? Why didn't the guard take pics with his cell phone? If I owned the farm, I'd post signs warning that thieves would be shot! 12-gauge birdshot would work well and be harmless out of short range. Junkyard dogs too.
on January 23,2014 | 08:48AM
saveparadise wrote:
The crooks will always have the upper hand till we take a step backward and allow property owners to protect their property properly with no fear of ambulance chasers the day after. Can you picture the situation and argument the security guard was having? "Why, what you going do brah? Make me! You and what army? Like me come back with some bruddahs?"
on January 23,2014 | 08:58AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
save, totally agree. To the guard, it's just a job. But to the farmer, it's his life. One perp was shot on site and died. Eventually, the farmer was exonnerated, but it took time, $$ energy and legal defense. It shouldn't have to be like this. Trespassers will be shot! It should be as simple as that.
on January 23,2014 | 10:12AM
lee1957 wrote:
Trespassers will be shot! And survivors will be shot again.
on January 23,2014 | 10:42AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
lee, so you're saying the survivors were previously shot, then shot again? Wow, so the survivors should just get shot once and do nothing.
on January 23,2014 | 06:33PM
AniMatsuri wrote:
More attention needs to be paid to stopping these farm vandals.
on January 23,2014 | 11:04AM
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