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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Saturday, May 29, 2010

6 held in Pālolo home invasion

Advertiser Staff

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Kainoa Ah Mook Sang

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Lemuel Jones

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Justin Lono

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Jordan K. Artuyo

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Police yesterday said they were not anticipating any more arrests in connection with Sunday's home-invasion robbery in Pālolo, for which six men are in custody.

Four of the six suspects in the early morning robbery have been charged, and charges were pending yesterday against the other two.

The latest men to be charged were Kainoa Ah Mook Sang, 20, and Lemuel Jones, 24, who were arrested Wednesday in connection with the case. Jones lists a Tantalus Drive address and Ah Mook Sang lives on Kaulula'au Street, according to police records.

Awaiting charges were Clement K. Leoiki-Mutch, 19, of Tantalus Drive, and Herb H.K. Kolo, 22, who shares the same Kaulula'au Street address as Ah Mook Sang.

Leoiki-Mutch was arrested at 6:15 a.m. Thursday fronting a Puowaina Street address in Punchbowl, while Kolo was picked up at 9 a.m. Thursday on Ualena Street in Mapunapuna.

Arrested Sunday morning at the scene of the home invasion were Jordan K. Artuyo, 18, and Justin Lono, 28.

As of noon yesterday, charges of first-degree robbery, first-degree burglary and multiple counts of kidnapping had been brought against Artuyo, Lono, Ah Mook Sang and Kolo. Bail for each man was sent at $350,000.

The six men are suspects in the early-morning break-in and robbery of a home on the 2000 block of 10th Avenue in Pālolo. Six men were tied up and threatened with guns and knives. A woman also was threatened but she was not bound by the suspects, police said.