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Lacey 5-0: Police Arrest Man With Warrant From Hawaii

Although the Hawaiian authorities initially confirmed the extradition, once arrested and at police headquarters, the Hawaiian authorities decided to release Dittenhofer on his own recognizance

A 27-year-old man was arrested Thursday on a warrant from Hawaii, police said.

On Thursday evening, while conducting an investigation into suspected drug activity at 2006 Brookdale Drive in the Pheasant Run section of Forked River, Patrol Officer Peter Donahue located 27-year-old Dillon Dittenhofer living at the residence.

Dittenhofer was known to be wanted in the NCIC system with an extraditable warrant out of Honolulu, Hawaii. The  warrant was listed as being based on two counts of "Dangerous Drugs in the 3rd Degree" under the state laws of Hawaii.

Officer Donahue arrested Dittenhofer at the residence.

The customary procedure for an extradition involves lodging the arrestee in the county jail until a legal process is completed so the out-of-state authority can arrange for transportation of the arrestee back to that state, police said.

Although the Hawaiian authorities initially confirmed the extradition, once arrested and at police headquarters, the Hawaiian authorities decided to release Dittenhofer on his own recognizance.
country joe January 26, 2014 at 01:52 PM
I guess DANO wasen't available to BOOK-EM (sorry but I had to
can January 26, 2014 at 01:59 PM
Lacey Cops should play call of duty because they are so good at camping.
grace January 26, 2014 at 06:22 PM
ha @ country joe!! @ chris o how i miss the dog! aloha bra
grace January 26, 2014 at 06:22 PM
camping @ can? like in front of the green spa?
Joey Joe January 28, 2014 at 09:31 AM
Sounds to me like the State of Hawaii didn't want to foot the bill for the airfare for both the accused and an officer. Can't say as I blame them given the fact that he would have most likely just got a slap on the wrist. Besides who would want to travel to Lacey from Hawaii in the first place.

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