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Aiea man charged with two counts of robbery

An 18-year-old man was charged this weekend with robbing two businesses within a few hours in Ewa Beach and Aiea.

Nicholas Yonemura, of Aiea, was charged Saturday night with two counts of first-degree robbery and kidnapping. His bail was set at $200,000.

Police said Yonemura entered an Ewa Beach store at about 10:45 p.m. Thursday, brandished a dangerous instrument, and demanded money and cigarettes before fleeing.

At about 1:15 a.m. Friday, he entered an Aiea business where he brandished a weapon and demanded property, police said.

He fled, but was located a short while later on Kaonohi Street and arrested as a suspect in both robberies.

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  • Put him in prison at 18 years old, so that he can get a full taste of what life will be like if he continues his life of crime. No probation, no slap on the wrist. If those who choose to try a life of crime can see what their future will hold for them, then perhaps they will see that it might be better to get job and work for living.

    • I’ll bet he probably has a previous criminal record and has been in trouble with the law before and this is not the first time he’s been arrested…..

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