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Kahuku man allegedly uses woman’s information to buy vehicle


Police arrested a 34-year-old Kahuku man Wednesday for allegedly using fraudulent personal information to buy a vehicle in July. 

Police said that on July 15, the man entered a car dealership in Pearl City, and used the fraudulent information to obtain credit to buy a vehicle that was valued at more than $20,000. 

The victim, whose personal information was used, was a 46-year-old woman, police said. 

Police arrested the man at Sheridan and Liona streets on suspicion of first-degree identity theft, first-degree theft, second-degree forgery and unauthorized possession of personal, confidential information.

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