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Trio arrested after Pearlridge robberies

  • 2018 January 12 SPT - HSA PHOTO BY BRUCE ASATO basato@staradvertiser.com The Armed Services Disciplinary Control Board put out an advisory on Waikiki crime, specifically in the Kalakaua Avenue/Royal Hawaiian Avenue intersection late December. There are about a dozen establishments in this area that were mentioned in the Advisory from Moose's to Tsunamis and Club Alley Cat. ASDCB meets periodically and can place establishment off limits that would mean military members who frequent them could face punishment up to court martial. Waikiki street scene on Lewers St. near Kelley O'Neil's and Moose Mcgillycuddy's Pub & Cafe, where HPD patrol vehicles were parked, Friday, January 12, 2018.

Police arrested two juvenile male suspects and an adult male suspect after they allegedly robbed four people at and near Pearlridge Center.

Police said the perpetrators approached two juvenile males in the parking lot of Pearlridge Center at approximately 10 p.m. Thursday. The suspects then demanded their property and threatened bodily harm.

Police said the suspects fled the scene. A short time later in another parking lot nearby, the suspects demanded property from two other juvenile males.

Police located the three culprits and arrested them on suspicion of second-degree robbery. The victims’ property was not recovered.

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