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Stupid Case File for January 25, 2007

SCF Tip: Stealing a truck? Take the fence off!

Courtesy of Honolulu Advertiser

Police arrested a man in Mapunapuna after the suspect all but put up a sign announcing he had just stolen a flatbed truck.

Police arrested the 46-year-old 'Aiea man Monday morning on Pu'uloa Road after noticing that the truck he was driving was dragging a long chain-link fence.

The man drove the truck into a parking lot and was trying to remove a fence post wedged between the cab and the truckbed as police converged on the scene. The man ran away but was caught and arrested at 6:45 a.m.

Charges of second-degree trespassing, theft and criminal property damage, as well as auto theft, third-degree criminal property damage and unauthorized entry into a motor vehicle are pending.

Police on Jan. 14 had arrested him on suspicion of kidnapping, terroristic threatening and second- and third-degree assault for allegedly trying to force a 47-year-old woman into a car on Jan. 3. He had been released pending further investigation in that case.

According to Hawai'i Criminal Justice Data Center records, the man has 12 convictions.

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1 Comments:

Blogger Malinda777 said...

Boy is this typical. Why on earth we let blatent criminals "out pending investigation" floors me.

Repeat offenders just keep on offending. And...bullets are still just $.50 :)

January 26, 2007 4:57 PM  

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