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(de)Occupy Honolulu member jailed for blocking park crews

The group was protesting the city's stored-property rules

By Nelson Daranciang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 12, 2013

~~<p>A state judge sentenced (de)Occupy Hono&shy;lulu protester Madori Rum&shy;pung&shy;worn to 30 days in jail Friday for getting in the way of city crews enforcing the stored-property ordinance at Thomas Square last year.</p>
<p>She essentially began serving the sentence Thursday after a jury found her guilty of obstructing government operations. After the jurors rendered their guilty verdict, Circuit Judge Patrick Border increased Rum&shy;pung&shy;worn's cash-only bail to $1,000 and ordered her into custody when she couldn't post it. Rum&shy;pung&shy;worn, a third-year Windward Community College student, had been free on $100 bail.</p>
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A state judge sentenced (de)Occupy Hono­lulu protester Madori Rum­pung­worn to 30 days in jail Friday for getting in the way of city crews enforcing the stored-property ordinance at Thomas Square last year.

She essentially began serving the sentence Thursday after a jury found her guilty of obstructing government operations. After the jurors rendered their guilty verdict, Circuit Judge Patrick Border increased Rum­pung­worn's cash-only bail to $1,000 and ordered her into custody when she couldn't post it. Rum­pung­worn, a third-year Windward Community College student, had been free on $100 bail. Login for more...



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