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Two men receive stiff sentences for stabbing, robbing taxi driver

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 07:49 p.m. HST, Aug 10, 2011



Two men were sentenced today to lengthy prison terms for the 2008 robbery and stabbing of a taxi driver in Manoa.

Circuit Judge Colette Garibaldi sentenced John M. Walton, 24, to a life term with possibility of parole for his conviction of attempted murder, and Courage Lee Elkshoulder, 36, Walton's uncle, to a maximum 20-year term for first-degree robbery.

Minh Van Tran, a cab driver for 18 years, suffered wounds that included a slash to the neck. He was hospitalized for several days.

Lawyers for both men said they plan to appeal the convictions.






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