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Critically injured man found tied up with duct tape in Kihei condo

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:42 a.m. HST, Oct 27, 2012



Maui police opened an attempted murder investigation after patrol officers discovered a unconscious man, who had been tied up with duct tape, with head and facial injuries in a Kihei condominium Friday morning. 

Officers found the 59-year-old resident manager of the Koa Lagoon Condominiums on South Kihei Road in his apartment at about 9:36 a.m.

He is reported in critical condition with bleeding and swelling of the brain at Maui Memorial Hospital.

Police are asking anyone with information on the case to contact the Maui Police Department's Criminal Investigation Division at (808) 244-6425 or Maui Crime Stoppers (808) 242-6966.







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allie wrote:
scary out there. Kihei is a disaster of a town I hear. A lot of transient types and all.
on October 26,2012 | 02:32PM
Bdpapa wrote:
No, its actually kind of nice.
on October 26,2012 | 02:42PM
fairgame947 wrote:
Are you kidding? It's a MESS!
on October 26,2012 | 02:57PM
kiheilocal wrote:
Kihei is such a mish mash of types its hard to feel a sense of community. Lots of tourists, newly arrived wanna bes, lots of transients, homeless, drug addicts and then just regular local people making a living and living a life. Its gotten real crowed real fast and dont forget it has desert like conditions...so its hot!!! But its home to many. Maui no ka oi.
on October 27,2012 | 09:00AM
false wrote:
This story is exactly why people must vote for George Fontaine for the House district there. He is a retired Police Officer who gets it. He is not a wannabe democrat politician who wants to have "meetings", and will be pressured by the democrat powers that be to vote for ineffective judges.
on October 26,2012 | 03:03PM
copperwire9 wrote:
Fontaine's a nice guy. But c'mon! You think if he gets elected people will just magically stop any criminal behavior? And by the way, House members are NOT the ones who vote on judges. That's the Senate.
on October 26,2012 | 03:48PM
soshaljustic wrote:
If Kihei so bad-no need judges-need plenny cops b4 need judges-need plenny info to the people on how to care for selfs instead of waiting for politicians-wattup with the cops now? Why not tell and coordinate the local communities in how best to protect each other from gang crime? No let this happen again! NO WAIT FOR POLITICIANS TO HELP! Gotta help self and each other fist!
on October 27,2012 | 08:04AM
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