A week ago, it was shoplifters who hit the Glam Rok convenience store on Kapahulu Avenue. But now the store's owner believes crime may be hitting a little too close to home.
Jacqueline Okamura was awakened by her father at about 8 a.m. Wednesday.
"I was in bed and I hear my dad screaming, 'They threw rocks at us, they threw rocks at us!'," she said.
"And then I quickly ran outside and there's rocks all over the ground, and he said, 'I was pushing the baby in front of the house, and ..." Okamura pauses.
"My 1-year-old daughter," she said.
According to Okamura, there were six or seven teenage boys involved in the rock-throwing. Her husband was able to chase two of them down. Police did not take them into custody, but are investigating the incident.
Okamura thought her troubles were just about over, but then this happened.
"I don't know if it has anything to do with my theft case, if it's retaliation or if its pure coincidence," she said. But the incident has still made her angry -- and concerned about the safety of her family, especially since one of the rocks was the size of her palm.
"The rock was so large, one of the rocks. I mean, my dad was pushing my one-year-old out there. If one of the rocks hit her in the head, she could have died. She could have died from them throwing rocks at them, you know?"