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Posted at 11:58 a.m., Thursday, September 21, 2006

Officer spots driver ramming into car

Advertiser Staff

A 26-year-old man with no local address was arrested late Tuesday night after a police officer reported watching him deliberately try to ram a car carrying his ex-girlfriend on Piikoi Street.

Police said a patrol sergeant reported seeing the suspect driving erratically abut 11:45 p.m. and attempting to hit the car carrying his ex-girlfriend at least twice.

Police said the patrol officer intervened and pulled over the offending driver, who was arrested on suspicion of first-degree terroristic threatening, reckless driving and three traffic offenses.

Two men in the other car, both 21, and the ex-girlfriend, 22, were not injured and their car was not damaged, police said.

Man arrested in fake money incident

A 24-year-old 'Aiea man was arrested early yesterday morning after he allegedly tried to pass a counterfeit bill at a fast-food restaurant near the airport.

The cashier looked at the bill, decided that it appeared to be counterfeit and call police, who arrested the man on suspicion of first-degree forgery at 4:45 a.m. at Byron's Drive Inn on Nimitz Highway.

Roomate argument ends with stabbing incident

Police arrested a 24-year-old Waianae woman yesterday morning after she allegedly stabbed her 23-year-old roommate.

Police were told the two women had been arguing when the older one stabbed the younger one once about 9:55 a.m. at their home on Ala Hema Street.

The woman accused of the stabbing was taken into custody on suspicion of second-degree assault.

Man arrested in car-kicking incident

A 24-year-old Maliki man was arrested yesterday on the Pearl Harbor Naval Base in connection with a July 28 incident reported by his girlfriend.

The girlfriend, 26, told police the man intentionally kicked the driver's door on her car, causing more than $1,500 in damages. Police arrested the boyfriend on suspicion of second-degree criminal property damage.