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Court Report

Samoa News staff translation

UATAU FALANAI
 
A young man suspected of breaking into three homes in the Tafuna area with the purpose of having sexual contact with young females, all aged 16 or under, was arraigned last Friday in High Court where he entered not guilty pleas to six charges including three felony counts.
 
Uatau Falanai, in his early 20s, is facing charges in three separate cases. The first case occurred the night of Oct. 17 last year, when he broke into a home in Tafuna resulting in the charge of first-degree burglary.
 



Update: Samoa bus crash turns fatal

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Apia, SAMOA — The driver of the bus that crashed Friday night in Taivi, Samoa will be taken into custody as soon as he is released from the hospital, says Samoa’s Police Spokesperson Maotaoali’i Kaioneta. The bus was carrying close to 60 people when it crashed and rolled.
 
The driver was admitted into the hospital suffering severe injuries and now police are saying that one of the passengers has died.
 



Nurses celebrate 100 years of serving the territory

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Members of the American Samoa Nurses Association applaud while singing the song “Happy Birthday” during yesterday’s special ceremony to kick-off their Centennial Celebration program, which included a parade and five floats, at Veterans Memorial stadium, under the theme, “Pride in our past, confidence in our future.”
 



Lagolago Faimealelei fa’aiuga a le Pule o le LBJ

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Na fa’aalia e le afioga i le ali’i faipule mai Aua ia Faimealelei Anthony Fu’e Allen, o se tasi fo’i lea o totino o le Komiti Fa’afoe o le Falema’i o le LBJ i Faga’alu, lona lagolagoina o le fa’aiuga ua faia e le Pulega a le Falema’i, e tu’uina atu ai suafa o i latou uma ua le mafai ona toe totogi a latou aitalafu i le LBJ i luma o le Fa’amasinoga Fa’aitumalo, mo se poloaiga a le fa’amasinoga e fa’amalosia ai i latou ina ia toe totogi a latou aitalafu.



Fa’ailoa i Ta’avale Teuteuina tautua eseese Vaega Tausima’i

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Na fa’aaoga e le Vaega o Tausima’i i le taeao ananafi Ta’avale Teuteuina e momoli mai ai feau eseese e fa’atatau i le latou tautua, lea e pei ona molimauina ai i Ta’avale Teuteuina e 4 vaega eseese o lo o aofia i le tautua.

 



Tala otooto o Fa’amasinoga

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FAAFILI LESA
 
O le Tina talavou lea na taofia e leoleo i le vaiaso na te’a nei ona o tu’uaiga i lona sola ese ina ua mae’a ona ia so’aina se tagata i se ta’avale sa ia fa’afoeina, ua tu’uaia nei o ia e le malo i le moliaga o le sola ese ina ia ufufi ai se solitulafono, atoa ai ma lona le fa’ailoaina i leoleo o se fa’alavelave sa tula’i mai.
 



Court Report

Samoa News staff translation

FORLORN MUASAU
 
A 24-year old man has pled guilty to two felony charges in the High Court, which has scheduled sentencing for next month, following an incident late last year in which the defendant broke into a home and had sexual contact with a minor.
 
Forlorn Muasau was initially charged with six counts, including five felonies, but under a plea agreement reached by both sides and accepted by the court late last week, the defendant pled guilty to burglary and having sexual contact with a 16-year-old female minor.



Unruly HAL passenger indicted on two counts

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A federal grand jury in Honolulu returned a two-count indictment last week against an American Samoan man who allegedly interfered with the flight crew during Hawaiian Airlines flight from Pago Pago to Honolulu, where he was arrested July 12 when the plane landed there.
 



Community Briefs

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WEEKEND EARTHQUAKE, NO TSUNAMI THREAT
 
An earthquake, which occurred in the Tonga region, was felt in American Samoa just after 9a.m. Saturday local time, but there was “no tsunami threat” to the territory.
 



Fa’amaonia moliaga faia uiga mataga i se tama’ita’i talavou

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Ua fa’amauina e le fa’amasinoga maualuga le nofosala o se ali’i e 28 tausaga le matua mai Fagasa i moliaga mamafa e lua o le talepe fale i le tulaga lua, atoa ai ma lona tagofia o itutinosa o se tama’ita’i e talavou i lalo o le tulafono, ina ua talia e le fa’amasinoga se maliliega sa sainia e le ua molia ma le malo i le aso Faraile na te’a nei.
 



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