Police charge 19 yr. old in Aliamanu shooting

Full story: Honolulu Star-Bulletin

A 19-year-old man was charged yesterday in connection with the Aliamanu home-invasion robbery two weeks ago in which a 19-year-old man was shot and critically wounded.

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Aiea

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OMG...lock this crazy bstard up.

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Good job HPD !

Lock them all up as adults, but sorry to say most will probably be free on the street doing the same thing again.
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Looks like the cops have been arresting and re-arresting these clowns, but the liberal courts just won't do anything substantial to protect us.
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Mongo happy now. Mongo in cage, good food. Mongo say bye-bye to mama.
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deportem all
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Wannabe gangsta watch to much movies

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Love Waianae wrote:
Looks like the cops have been arresting and re-arresting these clowns, but the liberal courts just won't do anything substantial to protect us.
Yes many times the police just get tired arresting the same old people over and over again. Because Hawaii is so small most police know everyone, but their only human and it is frustrating just to see the same old people on the streets again and again.

The court system must back up the police more than then have been doing and keep these weirdo's off the streets.
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1 year in jail, 5 years probation, that's what I'll give them
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Just lock them up for 20 year's at hard labor and make them work and once there time is up deport them to their place of birth and banned them from returning! These P-U-N-K-S have probably been arrested over and over again with a slap on the wrist with their monther and father claim that their good boys........B.S.!
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true, we have a very dangerously weak judiciary. At some point, the public will demand change. Hawaii is just too accepting of constant ineptitude.
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Probation , they are good kids is what we will hear. I say hang 'em. Give them the most severe penalty and stick to it. Tired of hearing that they are good kids. Set an example with them and lock them up to the MAX.

Judges should be elected. Our judicial system in Hawaii is a big joke.

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alice wrote:
true, we have a very dangerously weak judiciary. At some point, the public will demand change. Hawaii is just too accepting of constant ineptitude.
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alice wrote:
true, we have a very dangerously weak judiciary. At some point, the public will demand change. Hawaii is just too accepting of constant ineptitude.
The judges are scared too. What if the criminals come back to get them as well. So they get soft. Give a year in jail and 5 years probation. That's why violent crime is so high here. Punishment? No problem.
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NOW THEY CAN LOCK HIM UP OR DEPORT? HIM, I HOPE.
4COMMONSENSE

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CHARGE THE JUVENILES AS ADULTS....PERIOD
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I pray that the victim recovers expediently.
Home invasions are a serious issue in Hawaii and you must take responsibility for your own safety.
I keep a 12 gauge shotgun and .40 cal handgun loaded and accessible at all times in my home. My wife and children are trained on the use of deadly force.
We refuse to be victims.
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We still have to watch out for other kids who are watch too much movies. We need to check them out. Times are changing. Hawaii's economy is kind of getting worse. Lack of finances will greatly affect family ties. Kids who have been affected by their family's unfavorable situation might take it against the society. Poor parenting or lack of parenting turns kids into resorting to mingling with their peer groups who can greatly influence them to commit acts of violence and other unfavorable acts against other people and their proper properties.
It is important that these neigborhood boards will have to design their approach to serving the community. They have to focus more on the kids' development to safeguard our future. Neighborhood members should dedicate themselves with integrity in serving the community and try not to be there just to ventilate issues that are not too important and lacks substance. The state and city governments should also take this matter seriously. It is also necessary for all the citizens of this state to put their things and their minds together to establish a common approach to seek better accomodation for the welfare of our youths.
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Adult actions require adult consequences! Try them as adults! If the parents say they are good children than let them take the sentence for them. It's the parents responsibility to raise them! The buck has to stop somewhere.
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vigilante wrote:
I pray that the victim recovers expediently.
Home invasions are a serious issue in Hawaii and you must take responsibility for your own safety.
I keep a 12 gauge shotgun and .40 cal handgun loaded and accessible at all times in my home. My wife and children are trained on the use of deadly force.
We refuse to be victims.
Teaching your children to use deadly force may be extreme if they don't understand the consequences. Is it a RESPONSIBILITY that they are ready for? Please make sure they understand that it's only a last resort option. I would hate to hear about another minor making someone else a victim.
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Sounds like the juvies are headed for hard time in Halawa. Yep they problably though, score some goods from some poor sap's house, make some money, have a good time. Then the victim gets shot and they are looking at some hard time. Hope these young bucks are ready for the cons in the pen, the will certainly be ready for them.

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