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Officials sweep 42 homeless camps and clear out 190 tons of trash from Sand Island

COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
                                Conservation police handed out citations Friday to the homeless camping out at Sand Island.
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COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

Conservation police handed out citations Friday to the homeless camping out at Sand Island.

COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
                                Wheels and components of many bicycles, mopeds, and cooking and eating utensils were removed and sent to the dump.
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COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

Wheels and components of many bicycles, mopeds, and cooking and eating utensils were removed and sent to the dump.

COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
                                Hidden behind a thick barrier of kiawe trees, on beaches facing the airport, dozens of homeless people who set up their tents and hand-fashioned homes were cleared out Friday at Sand Island. Conservation police of the Department of Land and Natural Resources patrolled through the area to clear out illegal encampments.
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COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

Hidden behind a thick barrier of kiawe trees, on beaches facing the airport, dozens of homeless people who set up their tents and hand-fashioned homes were cleared out Friday at Sand Island. Conservation police of the Department of Land and Natural Resources patrolled through the area to clear out illegal encampments.

COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
                                Conservation police handed out citations Friday to the homeless camping out at Sand Island.
COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
                                Wheels and components of many bicycles, mopeds, and cooking and eating utensils were removed and sent to the dump.
COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
                                Hidden behind a thick barrier of kiawe trees, on beaches facing the airport, dozens of homeless people who set up their tents and hand-fashioned homes were cleared out Friday at Sand Island. Conservation police of the Department of Land and Natural Resources patrolled through the area to clear out illegal encampments.