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Homeless man charged with breaking into car, home in Haleiwa

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A 18-year-old homeless man was charged Sunday after he allegedly broke into a car and was caught burglarizing a Haleiwa home.

Police said the youth broke into a car at 3:35 a.m. Sunday and was caught 10 minutes later in the home on Pikai Street.

Cyrus T. Martin was charged with first-degree burglary and first-degree unauthorized entry into a motor vehicle.

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  • They call him a homeless man but he is probably just a transplant druggy. Send him back to where he came from. There is zero excuse for someone 18 years old to not be working. If he doesn’t get his life together he will become a worse loser as time goes on! Next stop jail!.

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