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Keahole Street reopened after suspicious package removed

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 06:19 p.m. HST, Jan 31, 2014


The Honolulu Police Department has reopened Keahole Street in Hawaii Kai after removing a suspicious package from the area, according to a news release.

The police closed the mauka-bound lanes of Keahole Street from Keahole Place to Kalanianaole Highway earlier this afternoon after the package was initially reported.  

No other details were immediately available.







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primowarrior wrote:
As usual, better safe than sorry.
on January 31,2014 | 04:25PM
saywhatyouthink wrote:
We likely have the dumbest police department in the country. They just hugely inconvenienced thousands of people, created a traffic nightmare and forced people to leave their homes for hours over what? Nothing! A box with anti police writing on it according to news reports. OMG, this is Hawaii, not Iraq. What were they expecting? A roadside bomb, IED ? They'll say better safe than sorry but it's really just plain alarmist incompetence. They continue to waste taxpayer money like it's an unlimited resource and operate with total disregard for the public that pays their salary. Incompetence seems to be without limit under the current city administration.
on January 31,2014 | 05:00PM
Poipounder808 wrote:
Did you happen to hear about the homemade explosives that detonated in Hilo? When you carry the weight and liability of making decisions that could jeopardize the public get back to me. Until then just keep chirping from the peanut gallery.
on February 1,2014 | 08:57AM
kekelaward wrote:
If it said something about firefighters, the cops wouldn't have done anything.
on February 1,2014 | 09:27AM
pmgw wrote:
And if it HAD been a bomb and they didn't close down streets--and it went off----then people would say the HPD was to blame ----you dont have to be in Iraq to have weird bombs placed [ie-Boston Marathon]---I say GREAT JOB HPD AND MAHALO FOR WORKIN TO PROTECT ALL OHANA'S ON THE ISLAND !!!!
on January 31,2014 | 05:42PM
kekelaward wrote:
The package was removed to the Waianae Coast, just like they do to all the other refuse they don't want in East Honolulu.
on February 1,2014 | 09:29AM
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