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Man arrested for robbing woman in Kaneohe

A 25-year-old man accused of injuring a woman during a robbery late Friday in Kaneohe has been arrested.

The suspect allegedly used physical force to grab personal property from a 44-year-old woman and injured her during the 5 p.m. attack, according to a police report. He could face charges of second-degree robbery and second-degree assault, police said.

He was arrested at 5:42 p.m. Friday and put in custody pending investigation.

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    • It probably doesn’t matter exactly where DD. This whole island has turned into a cesspool over the decades. I’m just relived to know that he was caught to face justice. Props to HPD

      • The police do a good job catching these criminals but our court and prison system is horrible at best. The news said the one of the guys that got shot in mililani the other day had 15 convictions. What is someone with 15 convictions doing running around on the streets?

        • If you would prefer guys like this be locked up forever, you need to get legislators to change the sentencing laws. But, of course, you would have to be willing to pay enormous amounts of money to keep them in prison. In addition, the sheer number of convictions means little, unless you know the context. One incident could yield several convictions, including misdemeanors or petty misdemeanors, so don’t get hung up on the numbers.

  • Not to worry. Dis buggah gonna be out in no time. He hasn’t racked up the requisite 25 arrests/15 convictions yet. HPD does a good job getting these criminals but it’s the so-called “justice” system that repeatedly cuts these guys loose time after time after time. What do they learn from this drill? Crime DOES pay.

  • I believe that in this holiday season, we all need to mindful of our surroundings also. I’m not blaming the woman, I just saying, that Hawai’i Nei has become, how should I put it as to not offend, has become a shethole and you can’t even go shopping without crackheads accosting you. Just be mindful, don’t shop alone, park in a lighted area, etc. etc. etc.

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