Car chase on Maui injures 4 officers

Car chase on Maui injures 4 officers

There are 122 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Jul 27, 2008, titled Car chase on Maui injures 4 officers. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

Maui police charged a convicted felon with attempted first-degree murder after four officers were injured during a high speed chase that began in Wailuku and headed to northwest Maui on Friday night.

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Tama Samoa

Honolulu, HI

#1 Jul 27, 2008
No worries our liberal judges gonna put them back on the street. You cops should have taken him out for good when you had a chance. Now he is gonna be back on the street soon. And someone else gonna get hurt or kill.

As long as more democrats are elected then there will be more liberal judges puting these criminals back on the streets.Nothing new, same same

Lucky you live in Hawaii lol

“Too small to notice”

Since: Jun 08

Kahuku , Ka'U

#2 Jul 27, 2008
Wild animals belong inside cages with other wild animals. Sell tickets to see who is still standing, no rules, just exactly the way the animals want it.

“Too small to notice”

Since: Jun 08

Kahuku , Ka'U

#3 Jul 27, 2008
How does a human beast like this show up? Is this genes , or is the family responsible? Interesting research paper there, just don't get too close to the cage.
Tama Samoa

Honolulu, HI

#4 Jul 27, 2008
When da parents don't do their job then the cops will do it for them. Thats not right, the signs usually shows up in little league games when you see parents going out of control. Thats where they learn.

Too much verbal and physical abuse on the kidds, too much drugs breaking up families and too much...

And our justice system will bail them out. The system is broken bra, You should ask how many crimes and lives taken by drugs(ice) in Hawaii. so sad

Tallulah, LA

#5 Jul 27, 2008
Hawaii laws and judges are laughed at world wide. What ever happened to 7 strikes and your out? 23 years old, 23 convictions and still free? No wonder crime is out of control on the islands.
loco moco

Richmond, VA

#6 Jul 27, 2008
Lock da bugga up already. But you know what? You guys with da "liberal" dis, "liberal" dat? You playin' one one-string ukulele arready. Ti-yahd, brah. You ain't gonna win no Hoku li'dat.
Mainland Haole

Franklin, WI

#7 Jul 27, 2008
45 arrests? 23 prior convictions? 7 felonies?
What part of no doesn't he understand? Time to pull da plug on dis puppy.
Mario Anedretti

Troy, MI

#8 Jul 27, 2008
Is 65 all you guys can do???

Wahiawa, HI

#9 Jul 27, 2008
Should have done us all a favor and killed this creep.
Local Afar

Mölndal, Sweden

#11 Jul 27, 2008
Sweden is one of the most liberal countries on earth, but after the first few felony convictions, this guy would have been sitting in a pleasant pea green cell watching reruns of the Ricki Lake show and going through gooey rehab until he was well into his 30's.
Kevin Furutani

Kaneohe, HI

#12 Jul 27, 2008

Sacramento, CA

#13 Jul 27, 2008
Here is an excellent example of why the '3 strikes you're out' law should be used and why that law should include prior convictions before the law was made. What does it take before the judges get the idea that repeat offenders will always repeat their crimes? Does an innocent bystander need to die before scum like this is locked away so he can't hurt someone else? To bad the Taser wasn't strong enough powerwise to finish off what the state won't do.

Ewa Beach, HI

#14 Jul 27, 2008
Doesn't sound like the attempted murder charges will hold. He'll be set free

Las Vegas, NV

#15 Jul 27, 2008
No sense blame the cops, its the judges that let them out all the time....OH WAIT...only until something happens to their families. Then they throw the book at them.
What a loser.
das right

Santa Monica, CA

#16 Jul 27, 2008
High speed chase? Sign of the times

Honolulu, HI

#17 Jul 27, 2008
This is why God loves HPD. They are willing to bring justice and turn bad areas to good despite the danger. Who can look negative upon a HPD officer who is willing to go where so many fear. They are sustainers of citizens well being. They are God sent with a calling that comes from the inside. How can anyone not see a police officer anywhere in Hawaii and not see the angels of purpose above them. Let us pray for them because they are justice agents from above with a heavenly calling.
God bless HPD

Honolulu, HI

#18 Jul 27, 2008
Will cut a deal like all the rest and back on the street, lock up the dam judges.

Honolulu, HI

#19 Jul 27, 2008
Our weak judicial system has released repeat offenders back on the streets to make Hawaii a very unsafe place to live. Crime against tourists is certainly hurting our tourist industry. Our judges don't realize that being soft on criminal offenders are literally destroying our total Island economy. When a crime against a visitor hits the national scene it is a negative advertisement to vacation in the Isles. Even the housing market is being hit when retirees choose not to come to Hawaii. Solution: Use the vacant pineapple and cane fields for farming and ranching and assign convicted felons to these projects to work the land. The goods realized will be used to supply our public schools, homeless shelters, families on welfare, etc. Our present small farm owners will be hired to supervise and administer this project. The felons assigned to work on these farms will be paid %50 a month and after 10 years of service will receive $6,000 upon their release. This will give them some help to assimilate back into the community. At the presnt time it costs $35,000 to house an inmate annually at Halawa prison. A farm -ranch project is a good investment to rehabilitate prisoners and by getting them off the streets will certainly provide a safer environment for the residents of Hawaii and tourists.

El Dorado Hills, CA

#20 Jul 27, 2008
Let's put his guy away for life. Obviously, he hasn't learned anything from his his prior run-ins with the law. The guy's an animal and should be treated as such.

San Jose, CA

#21 Jul 27, 2008
Judges love these scums. If it were not for scums, judges & lawyers would be without a job.
I love when it happens to judges & lawyers. Epecially the liberals & ACLU.
They should hang these scums.

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