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#1 Nov 16, 2009
Police found the driver of the tow truck who said the suspect sold him the car as salvage. The driver towed the car to a recycling company,
If the driver was standing there-maybe you should require proof of registration.
#2 Nov 16, 2009
The city and state needs to charge these hikers for lost rescues. How dumb one can be to go hiking and get lost. Luck they weren't made part of the mountain by the pakalolo growers, food for thought.
#3 Nov 16, 2009
How do you get lost on the Aiea Loop trail? It just goes in a big circle, and so long as you keep to the main trail (it's impossible to miss), you won't get lost. I'm thinking there's a little more to the story here.
#4 Nov 16, 2009
well there are alot of cars for sale then... all we be parked at the aloha stadium next warrior football game... name your price and its yours... contents included and sold as is... if you come at the right time you can pick up a free tailgate set...
all proceeds will be going to pay for the early release of the warrior football coach...
#5 Nov 16, 2009
Just what i was thinking. They're probably one of those idiots who purposefully wandered off the beaten path and couldn't find their way back. They should pay for every penny spent on their search and rescue.
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