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Son of new Honolulu police chief charged in bicycle thefts

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                                Zane Logan

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    Zane Logan

The 36-year-old son of newly sworn-in Honolulu Police Chief Arthur “Joe” Logan has been charged with second-degree burglary related to the alleged theft of two bicycles in 2021.

Prosecutors charged Zane Logan Thursday in the two separate cases.

In the first case, he allegedly entered July 6 a secured bicycle cage at a Kakaako condominium and stole a bicycle.

On Nov. 5, he allegedly entered the same cage and stole another bicycle, which he later abandoned when confronted by the building manager.

Second-degree burglary is a Class C felony, punishable by up to five years in prison.

Logan is in custody awaiting trial in an unrelated second-degree theft case for allegedly stealing electronics at the Ala Moana Target store.

He was also charged May 26 with misdemeanor assault for allegedly attacking a 33-year-old man with a hand tool at Ala Moana Regional Park on May 24.

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