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3 charged in stolen Maui bus pass online sales

Three people were arrested after allegedly selling stolen Maui bus passes online. Three people were arrested after allegedly selling stolen Maui bus passes online.

WAILUKU, Hawaii (AP) - Three people were arrested after allegedly selling stolen Maui bus passes online.

Maui police say an investigation last month revealed that stolen $4 Maui bus passes were being sold on a social media site for $2.

Police arranged to meet at the Queen Kaahumanu Center to purchase the bus passes. That's where a plain clothes officer arrested 23-year-old Cole Santiago of Wailuku.

Police later arrested 53-year-old Anthony Davis of Wailuku and 23-year-old Mikail Honokaupu of Waiehu for their involvement in selling the stolen passes.

Officers recovered 31 passes valued at $124.

All three are charged with third-degree theft. They have been released on bail.

They couldn't immediately be reached for comment Monday. It's not clear if they have attorneys.

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