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Wanted Kona man arrested
Hawaii Island police have located a Kona man who was wanted for outstanding warrants.
At 10:30 p.m., Tuesday morning, 42-year-old Jason Bradberry was arrested without incident in Ocean View.
The Hawaii Police Department thanks the public for their assistance and continued support.
missile siren tests
after mistaken alert
HONOLULU — Hawaii authorities won’t sounds sirens warning of a nuclear missile attack during a monthly test this week.
The decision comes after an agency employee last month mistakenly sent cellphone and broadcast alerts warning of an incoming ballistic missile.
Instead Hawaii Emergency Management Agency officials only plan to test a separate siren that warns of tsunamis and other natural disasters. The test is scheduled for Thursday.
Brig. Gen. Kenneth Hara last week recommended that the agency suspend its missile attack outreach until it prepares a report on how the state should respond to a chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear attack or accident.
Hara didn’t recommended suspending the missile siren tests. But Hawaii state Department of Defense spokesman Lt. Col. Charles Anthony says the agency decided to stop them as well.
Don’t you think if North Korea was gonna attack Hawaii ,they would do it at 11:45 a.m. , on the first of any month ?
Thought the article was about a Kona mans arrest (At 10:30PM Tuesday Mourning)
many thanks to the cops for getting this criminal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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