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3 people arrested after allegedly selling stolen Maui bus passes online

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WAILUKU >> Three people were arrested after allegedly selling stolen Maui bus passes online.

Maui police said an investigation that started Wednesday revealed that stolen $4 Maui bus passes were being sold on a social media site for $2.

Police arranged to meet at the Queen Kaahumanu Center to purchase the bus passes. That’s where a plainclothes officer arrested 23-year-old Cole Santiago of Wai-luku.

Police later arrested 53-year-old Anthony Davis of Wai-luku and 23-year-old Mikail Hono-kaupu of Wai-ehu for their alleged involvement in selling the stolen passes.

Officers recovered 31 all-day passes valued at $124.

All three were charged with third-degree theft and released on bail.

They couldn’t immediately be reached for comment Monday. It’s not clear whether they have attorneys.

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