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Cause of 2 tour bus fires in Wahiawa under investigation

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The cause of a fire that destroyed two tour buses parked near a Wahiawa warehouse early this morning is under investigation by fire officials.

The fire was reported at 2:50 a.m. at 729 Nui Ave. and brought under control at 3:16 a.m.

The fire was isolated to the buses. Damage estimate was not available.

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  • What company owns the buses and who is their next competitor? So many utterly clueless, low lifes on the island. Perhaps time to restore sacrifices to Pele.

  • Similar to burned portable latrines stored near the Stadium a few years ago. A moke was helping him eliminate a competitor even though he didn’t ask him to. By redirecting business to the torched business the extortionist reasoned that he owed him more money. He is the same guy who hired 2 helmeted motorcycle punks to shoot and kill a guard for some newly arrived movie trailers at the docks. HPD was incapable of solving the cases so the FBI stepped in and caught the bum.

    • True..I recommend we depend more on the FBI and DEA. HPD just cannot hack it under a foolish Kealoha. HPD, never a great police force, has really declined in recent years even as salaries have greatly increased.

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