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Occupied Forces Hawaii Army members arrested at Kunia property

Honolulu Police Department arrested members of the Occupied Forces Hawaii Army group who have remained on property belonging to Guyland LLC despite receiving an eviction notice last month.

“Honolulu Police Dept has arrested Heirs on property for claims of trespassing despite the civil dispute over land title being still active in the courts,” one of OFHA’s group members, Alicia Hu‘eu, wrote on an Instagram story posted at about 10 a.m. today.

It is unclear which group members were arrested.

Fifteen police officers approached group members this morning on the Kunia property before the arrests were made, according to Hu‘eu’s story posts.

“The police forced themselves in the vehicle from the outside with a bar,” read a text posted on Hu‘eu’s instagram story.

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