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Wanted Wednesday UPDATE: Arron Dulan arrested

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SUNSET BEACH (HawaiiNewsNow) - UPDATE: Police arrested Arron Dulan around noon on Tuesday May 18 on Kamehameha Highway in Aiea. He was arrested based on information received from the public.


July 26, 2005. A police officer spotted an SUV parked outside of the stalls at Sunset Beach Park. A computer check revealed the vehicle had been reported stolen. Arron Dulan was inside, along with another man and a woman.

"He was searched and drugs were found in the vehicle and also on his person. He was arrested for promoting dangerous drugs in the third degree" said Sgt. Kim Buffett of Crimestoppers.

On January 2, 2007, three males were standing in the parking lot of the Mililani Wal-mart around 1:45 in the morning when they were approached by three other males in an Acura Integra.

"One of the males in the vehicle was wearing a wig and swim goggles and asked the males if they had a cigarette. The males laughed because of the costume, and were consequently shot by a CO2 BB gun."

Less than an hour later, authorities say the same car was involved in another attack along Ala Wai Boulevard.

"The male was walking. When the vehicle pulled up, the Integra, and asked them for money. The driver of the vehicle got out and the two other occupants surrounded the male" said Buffett.

Police say the men threatened the victim, took his wallet and drove off. Officers stopped the vehicle in a fast food restaurant parking lot on Kapahulu Avenue. Dulan was arrested for hindering prosecution. Now he's wanted for two $20,000 probation revocation warrants.

"He has five prior convictions, they are mostly for drugs and probation violations."

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