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Woman stabbed in Waikiki

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 06:34 a.m. HST, Dec 23, 2012



Honolulu police are investigating an early morning stabbing in Waikiki.

A 25-year-old woman went to the hospital in serious condition with multiple stab wounds, an Emergency Medical Services supervisor said.

Paramedics responded to the incident at Kuhio and Nahua avenues at 3:20 a.m.







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johncdechon wrote:
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on December 23,2012 | 06:32AM
IAmSane wrote:
Why would you automatically assume it was a man?
on December 23,2012 | 03:55PM
1assa wrote:
NAH, some of the sweethearts fighting over sidewalk turf at 3:20 am.
on December 23,2012 | 08:51PM
allie wrote:
I work in Waikiki and see the turbulence every night
on December 23,2012 | 06:44AM
Changalang wrote:
I worked in Waikiki decades ago and someone observing how things are and how things were may be very shocked at how well the criminal element can behave when they have hard earned respect for those responsible for public safety.
on December 23,2012 | 09:16AM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
We need to ban all knives.
on December 23,2012 | 07:23AM
sak wrote:
Then only the criminals will have knives.
on December 23,2012 | 07:44AM
IAmSane wrote:
Wrong, we need more people carrying around more knives. That will solve everything.
on December 23,2012 | 03:56PM
Changalang wrote:
Bring back the Metro squad and turn off the cameras in Waikiki for a couple months until it is clean. Watch tourism revenue soar.
on December 23,2012 | 07:53AM
Waterman2 wrote:
Humm, a crime of violence without a gun.........how can that be ? I thought that the guns did the crime.
on December 23,2012 | 08:45AM
Changalang wrote:
There appears to be a rising occurrence rate of stab and run robbers that live and operate in the sub-culture of certain places on the island. Am not saying that this particular event or the one yesterday at Diamond Head lockout are of what I am alluding to, for clarification. In the 70's, if that black car pulled up and you knew you were the perpetrator that was pushing things past what law enforcement deemed acceptable; God help you, even if you were a juvenile delinquent. I imagine that pining for the old days is fantasy on my part in our post Rodney King environment that hinders law enforcement from being pro-active and relegates them to being reactive, but one can always dream. Just $0.02.
on December 23,2012 | 09:13AM
allie wrote:
agree..scary
on December 23,2012 | 10:56AM
Bdpapa wrote:
I remember those days. They used to take our beer too. But better than getting a lickin.
on December 23,2012 | 01:32PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
Waikiki has always been a planning nightmare with big developers being given sway over the interests of those that have to work and live in the same area and Kuhio Ave has pretty much always been an armpit with plenty of dark cross streets leading to Kalaukaua. Unfortunately this has created many places for the unsavory to wait in ambush for the unwary/unsuspecting. This has made it too easy to end up in the wrong place at the wrong time. Unfortunately this is what many of our visitors and folks that have to work in Waikiki are placed in when they end up in that area. One would expect that as long as the crime problems in Waikiki have been an issue, the City, State and yes the Tourist Industry operators and Unions would see the problem and make a concerted attempt at improving the safety for visitors and workers in the area? Eh, mobetta we do em next year?
on December 23,2012 | 12:54PM
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