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Decomposing human remains found in Keeaumoku storage locker

Police say it may have been connected to an anatomy class

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 10:06 a.m. HST, Oct 12, 2012

Employees at a Keeaumoku Street storage facility discovered decomposing human remains about 5:40 p.m. Thursday in a freezer.

Police said the renter of the storage locker had defaulted on payment. Workers checked the locker due to the stench.

The Honolulu Medical Examiner's Office took the remains from the building, police said.

The renter had been the subject of a 2011 case in which body parts were found at a Sand Island business property he had been evicted from, according to police.

The man was reportedly teaching an anatomy class at the property.

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Graham wrote:
Call CSI or Quincy..
on October 12,2012 | 10:04AM
cojef wrote:
Like Quincy better, he is from old school technology, not the fancy modern day.
on October 12,2012 | 10:13AM
poidragon wrote:
Sorry but Coroner Quincy had a coronary and is no longer available.........he got a promotion to the big office in da sky!
on October 12,2012 | 04:59PM
saveparadise wrote:
Soylent Green
on October 12,2012 | 10:17AM
It still doesn't make sense to me. WOW No respect for the dead.
on October 12,2012 | 11:20AM
Publicbraddah wrote:
Oh, that would be Hoffa!
on October 12,2012 | 01:08PM
poidragon wrote:
Dang, so that's where I left my crash test dummy!
on October 12,2012 | 04:57PM
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