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Robbery Suspect Arrested after Returning to Store

Prosecutors charged a 30-year-old man in connection with robbery at a retail store in downtown Honolulu, Hawaii David P. Stovall was charged Monday with first-degree robbery. His bail is set at $25,000.

Police said a male suspect later identified as Stovall attempted to leave Walmart at 1032 Fort Street Mall with a carton of cigarettes he failed to pay for on the night of June 4. When a loss prevention officer stopped him, Stovall resisted and allegedly fought with the victim. Police said he then brandished a knife and fled the scene with the merchandise. Stovall returned to the store Sunday afternoon when the same loss prevention officer recognized him. Police arrived and… Star Advertiser

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