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Murder victim remembered in memorial at Kailua park

By Rob Shikina

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Family and friends of William “Billy” Fallau visited the Kailua park today where he was killed as new details of the slaying emerged in court documents.

About 60 friends and family members held a prayer where Fallau was found at Kawainui State Park Reserve and shared stores of him, remembering him as a good father to his 4-year-old daughter Autumn, despite his struggle with drugs.

Family members said they still don’t know why the man accused of killing Fallau wanted him dead.

“It’s so hard to believe that somebody would do that to another person,” said Linda Johansen, Fallau’s mother. “I don’t consider him (the suspect) a person.”

The suspect, Teddy Munet, 29, made an initial appearance in Honolulu District Court Friday on a charge of second-degree murder. He is being held at Oahu Community Correctional Center in lieu of $2 million bail and has a preliminary hearing scheduled for Tuesday.







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