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Stabbing at Diamond Head Lookout leaves man in serious condition

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 07:00 p.m. HST, Dec 21, 2012

A 28-year-old man was transported to a hospital in serious condition after he was allegedly stabbed and struck with a rock at the Diamond Head Lookout, according to the Emergency Medical Services Department.

The assault occurred at about 6 a.m. today. No other details were available.

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Maneki_Neko wrote:
Clearly we need a ban on knives and rocks.
on December 21,2012 | 08:55AM
Anonymous wrote:
on December 21,2012 | 11:58AM
loquaciousone wrote:
Let's not joke about a very serious issue. Why just yesterday a security guard was viciously attacked by an alleged assailant with a rock. Now if he had been armed with an uzi or an AK47 she would have managed to stop him with one call to the NRA but nnooooooo..... he had to use a rock.
on December 21,2012 | 12:46PM
allie wrote:
Lot of vicious crime out there. Stay at home!
on December 21,2012 | 09:06AM
Aquarius1 wrote:
Allie-goyl, can you go home to where you came from?
on December 21,2012 | 08:02PM
cojef wrote:
The Diamond Head Look-out certainly has its share of violent crimes. The culprit who previously stabbed a young man, has special priveleges to attend community on-site campus. That was a very violent stabbing too. What's with this locale? Kind of hex or "kahuna" on this site? Maybe a "kapu" should be placed on this site, or until a "kahuna" can bless the cite and oust the curse that is residing there..
on December 21,2012 | 09:42AM
sdlc808 wrote:
The stabbing you refer to was at Koko Head...
on December 21,2012 | 10:27AM
allie wrote:
on December 21,2012 | 11:04AM
palolo2001 wrote:
on December 21,2012 | 09:48AM
Tony96822 wrote:
The place is now called- "Diamond Ice Head" Cliffs.
on December 21,2012 | 09:53AM
loquaciousone wrote:
aka Fiscal
on December 21,2012 | 01:47PM
IAmSane wrote:
It'll look great on the postcards.
on December 21,2012 | 02:37PM
jankenpo wrote:
The police were at the area where the homeless have made camp. They are above the dh road and below the road further down the road from the lookouts. Place getting smelly and dirty. Whatever you do, don't go on the dh mountainside above the road and don't go through the bushes between the road and the ocean.
on December 21,2012 | 11:12AM
NanakuliBoss wrote:
We never go to Waikiki. With the homeless and cronics that coastline has become dangerous. Hope they never venture to the West.
on December 21,2012 | 01:52PM
IAmSane wrote:
Wait... did I just read that right? Someone from Nanakuli is afraid of Waikiki?
on December 21,2012 | 02:40PM
Aquarius1 wrote:
I was scratching my head, too. Like they don't have their share of homeless and chronics. And, it's spelled C-H-R-O-N-I-C-S.
on December 21,2012 | 08:06PM
HD36 wrote:
Oahu would be one of the most dangerous areas to live during an economic collapse. The fact that we have the highest cost of living, the highest population density per square mile, need to import 90% of everything, and we're basically trapped on an island. If you can't run, you gotta stand your ground with the great equalizer.
on December 21,2012 | 04:57PM
DABLACK wrote:
The innocents need more protection. We are like the mainland cities with high crime/easy victims. May need to carry an equalizer to protecting your loved ones. Bet plenty people carrying now. Can't count on the law. They too busy doing other things The laws need changing, no need to put a person in jail for protecting his family.
on December 22,2012 | 07:55AM
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