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$10 million bail for alleged road rage shooter

By Associated Press

LAST UPDATED: 02:23 a.m. HST, Jan 15, 2013

SEATTLE >> Bail has been set at $10 million for a man charged with murder in a shooting at a Seattle intersection believed to be road rage violence.

Dinh Bowman had been held without bail since his arrest in September in the Aug. 31 shooting of Yancy Noll, a 43-year-old wine steward at a Seattle grocery store.

The Seattle Times reports defense lawyers John Henry Browne and Emma Scanlan had asked Monday for bail to be set at $1 million. King County prosecutors said he should not be released.

The 29-year-old Bowman has pleaded not guilty.

Noll was hit in the head by three of five shots fired into his car at a stoplight.

A tip led police to Bowman, who lives a half-mile from the scene.

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Skyler wrote:
What I don't get is why this is listed as 'breaking news' when it's clearly nothing to do with Hawaii. If he was a former resident, yes. But he's not. Other 'news' that relates to the economy, etc. makes sense; posting stuff like this from another state? Nope.
on January 14,2013 | 05:16PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Maybe just to say that lucky we live Hawaii. As much as we have humbug and all kinds of difficulty raising our Keiki and stuff, we do not get into this elevated type of violence here in The Aloha State. All we get are once in a while ambitious people such as Barack Obama, who never needed to go to Chicago to find Michelle, as he could have been fine here becoming the president of Bank of Hawaii, however he wanted to smoke pot, smoke cigarettes and become POTUS, lol.
on January 14,2013 | 07:10PM
Skyler wrote:
We have our fair share of violence here, unfortunately. But yeah, lucky we live Hawaii.
on January 14,2013 | 08:11PM
bobbob wrote:
I dont doubt that oahu's violent crime rate is lower than many metropolitan areas, but really???? Just check out today's breaking news stories. Police officer shoots suspect on Ala Wai Boulevard - 05:10 a.m.---------- Kalihi man, 38, arrested after allegedly threatening three people with a gun, violating protective order - ------Police arrest man for allegedly choking woman in Waikiki
on January 15,2013 | 06:09AM
Anonymous wrote:
You missed onet: Eating dog
on January 15,2013 | 06:25AM
Holomua wrote:
Maybe there are people from Seattle who live here. Or maybe there are people from Seattle who are visiting.
on January 14,2013 | 07:44PM
Skyler wrote:
Or, maybe they just post the AP feed and put no thought into it whatsoever.
on January 14,2013 | 07:54PM
ellinaskyrt wrote:
Ten million bail, in and of itself, is pretty newsworthy. Honolulu, like other cities across the nation, has its fair share of road rage incidents. Granted, I can't recall one in Hawaii where road rage ended in homicide, but regardless, I think this piece is worth reading. I would like to hope that most people agree this is more deserving of breaking news space than any story about Kanye and Kim.
on January 15,2013 | 08:00AM
HawaiiCheeseBall wrote:
I get your point. Perhaps it was the bail amount that was eye catching?
on January 15,2013 | 12:20PM
The_Dude_Abides wrote:
This story is supposed to scare the sheep. When we hear that the kind and gentle US Government wants to take all the guns, we can remember this "tragic" story in far away Seattle and give them up willingly because they're so damned dangerous.
on January 14,2013 | 07:46PM
jomama wrote:
Hey Dude, we'll trade you - your guns for legalized marijuana
on January 15,2013 | 06:17AM
Slow wrote:
This is great, Dude. You may not have noticed but we have more guns than virtually any other country, more than one per citizen. Looks like the mean old government has failed to effectively take away our guns. Sort of like the opposite. And more pertinent, would more guns prevent this sort of thing? More road rage murders are good, right? Or maybe armed citizens is "damned dangerous."
on January 15,2013 | 07:16AM
entrkn wrote:
Hey, all you joke judges in Hawaii, this sounds like an actual functioning system of justice.
on January 14,2013 | 08:06PM
livinginhawaii wrote:
on January 14,2013 | 08:38PM
f8ldzz wrote:
On a related note... Dog the Bounty Hunter is licking his lips for this guy to jump bail...
on January 14,2013 | 08:56PM
sailfish1 wrote:
A murder susect should be denied bail, period!
on January 15,2013 | 06:25AM
joseph007 wrote:
In Hawaii, you get probation for shooting in road rage......
on January 15,2013 | 08:29AM
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