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Police investigating stabbing near Keeaumoku McDonald's

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 12:19 p.m. HST, Mar 31, 2013


Honolulu police are investigating a stabbing on Sheridan Street near the Keeaumoku McDonald's this morning following a large brawl.

Officers arrested a 21-year-old Kalihi man a few blocks away on King Street on suspicion of attempted murder and drug charges, police said.

Arriving officers broke up a fight involving about 20 people just after 7 a.m., police said.

The victim, a 22-year-old man, went to the hospital in stable condition. Paramedics treated him at the scene and were able to stop the bleeding, police said.

It's at least the third violent incident in the Keeaumoku Street area this month.

On March 15, police said a 26-year-old man was stabbed in front of  the Keeaumoku McDonald's. Paramedics took him to the hospital in critical condition . Another 22-year-old man was also stabbed in the incident. He was treated and released from the hospital.

Police said a group of five young men and women got into a fight with another group on the Sheridan Street side of the parking lot of the McDonald's just after 4 a.m. The fight spilled over to the sidewalk on the Ewa side of Keeaumoku Street where the two men were stabbed by the suspect, police said. The suspect then fled the scene.

On March 3, police arrested an Ewa Beach man in a baseball bat assault and stabbing on Makaloa Street  near the Walgreens on Keeaumoku Street, at about 5:30 a.m.

But police released the 20-year-old suspect after the victims declined to press charges.

Paramedics took a 21-year-old man to the hospital with stab wounds and police said a 20-year-old man was hit with a baseball bat in the incident.







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LadyNinja wrote:
Keeaumoku Street used to be so safe.............!
on March 31,2013 | 09:17AM
eoe wrote:
get real.
on March 31,2013 | 12:20PM
cojef wrote:
McDonald better get their PR people working to improve the image of the locality. However, the gangs use this location to settle their beefs so it's an uphill battle. Wonder if constant police presence would help. Guess not, since these gangs will choose another popular popular quick food area to congregate.
on March 31,2013 | 09:18AM
allie wrote:
Why does not the fabulously rich McDonald's empire hire private security here? Makes no sense.
on March 31,2013 | 09:30AM
sloturle wrote:
what is happening to mcdonalds!! i thought that place was safe geez!!
on March 31,2013 | 09:55AM
serious wrote:
Looking at all the other headlines--shouldn't it be an "Alleged" McDonalds???
on March 31,2013 | 10:10AM
8082062424 wrote:
It about the location plain and simple
on March 31,2013 | 10:49AM
redneckMT wrote:
Another reason not to go to McDonalds, besides bad food.
on March 31,2013 | 10:11AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Just go to that MCD and save the money watching TV MMA.
on March 31,2013 | 05:50PM
Waterman2 wrote:
We really gotta ban knives.
on March 31,2013 | 10:24AM
what wrote:
Yes. No more plastic stabby knives at McDonalds with the Spam and eggs platter. It's no coincidence the stabbing was at 7am breakfast time. And the large sodas will kill you too.
on March 31,2013 | 11:14AM
matsuyama wrote:
Knives don't stab people. People stab people. Ban banning.
on March 31,2013 | 12:55PM
matsuyama wrote:
Knives don't stab people. People stab people. Ban banning.
on March 31,2013 | 12:57PM
mikethenovice wrote:
Including the plastic knifes served at McDonald? No need to cut the food with a knife. Just bite em like the local Hawaiian style.
on March 31,2013 | 05:52PM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
Sadly this section of Keeaumkou has become a real problem area lately. It was actually better back in the days of the K-bars. Today the sidewalks are filthy, homeless hiding in bushes, prostitutes (I think that was the basis of the fight in this story), all kind of second story illegal activities and utter neglect of public areas by predominantly Korean restaurant and shop owners who don 't even sweep their sidewalks. The traffic caused by the big WalMart a block makai is horrendous and it has become a hangout for marginal critters. Great example of terrible urban planning.
on March 31,2013 | 10:34AM
allie wrote:
And when i went there last week I was whistled at and cursed at the same time! Yikes! Please clean up this state
on March 31,2013 | 11:40AM
pakeheat wrote:
Didn't know they had prostitutes in the area? Better check that out myself instead of Waikiki, LOL.
on March 31,2013 | 02:43PM
livinginhawaii wrote:
The cops should have arrested all 20, simple as that.
on March 31,2013 | 10:54AM
Oahuan wrote:
Microneasians?
on March 31,2013 | 12:07PM
PTF wrote:
More than likely. More and more stabbings these days as more of these people migrate here.
on March 31,2013 | 02:28PM
8082062424 wrote:
they have really moved into the McCully area and also in the public housing near there. it good chance it them
on March 31,2013 | 02:46PM
matsuyama wrote:
Are you sure it wasn't the Eskimo immigrants with their whale knives?
on March 31,2013 | 03:13PM
8082062424 wrote:
you never know it could be. but they are know for to use knives when they get into fights it happen at public housing.
on March 31,2013 | 04:52PM
mikethenovice wrote:
96942?
on March 31,2013 | 05:52PM
Peacenik wrote:
gotta blame the faulty reporting for all these wild speculations. nothing said about if they were mcd customers or patrons or of the many bars in area. nothing about the race, yet one posters stirs up suspicion, needlessly. a man stabs another and can go scot free? is this group connected to the same group fighting earlier this month. what happened to the previous group, any charges?
on March 31,2013 | 12:33PM
ready2go wrote:
The reporters shouldn't use McDonalds as a reference point for these type of stories. It is totally unfair to this business.
on March 31,2013 | 12:39PM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
McDonalds is one of the very few businesses along with HMSA that maintains standards for its property. They do a good job even when a lot of their clients are seedy and disreputable. If the other businesses cared as much as McD's the area would be better. Props to Mickey D's.
on March 31,2013 | 12:53PM
mikethenovice wrote:
HMSA patient consumer education brochures preaches no fatty foods from McDonalds, yet the workers at HMSA eat there. Huh?
on March 31,2013 | 05:54PM
sailfish1 wrote:
It seems like a favorite area for fights. Why can't HPD station a patrol unit nearby?
on March 31,2013 | 12:55PM
residenttaxpayer wrote:
McDonalds should hire HPD special duty officers as other business do...
on March 31,2013 | 10:06PM
NanakuliBoss wrote:
Right in front of McDonalds is a Star Advertise newspaper holder. Why not say "Police Investigate Stabbing near Star Advertiser Keeaumoku Stand?"
on March 31,2013 | 12:55PM
samidunn wrote:
The sidewalk and parking lot around the LikeLike Drive Inn are always being swept.
on March 31,2013 | 03:17PM
mikethenovice wrote:
I miss the old Honolulu of the 1960s. People would drive with courtesy. We never bothered to lock our cars. Nowadays, it's a rat race in Honolulu. People fighting for parking. I waited for parking at the Honolulu Costco and this Samoa lady sped into my saved stall with her navy blue SUV yesterday afternoon.. I told her that I am waiting and she gave me the finger saying that I was not waiting for that stall. My message for her is to cut it out before someone much more nuts than I am, and can't walk away like I did, do some damage.
on March 31,2013 | 05:49PM
niimi wrote:
That truck had an Ainokea decal along with the infamous, "In loving memory of Rhonia" decal on the back window, custom 20" wheels and dark tint.
on March 31,2013 | 10:17PM
HD36 wrote:
Teenage unemployment is at the highest rate in years as older people are taking jobs that teenagers traditional took. Coming from poor families, college is out. With the price of everything going up, they take their frustrations out on eachother. This area will be ground zero for civil unrest when the economy collapses.
on March 31,2013 | 06:04PM
kahuku01 wrote:
Just have McDonald close at midnight and chain the entrance to their parking lot. This will allow the rats to move to another establishment and stop giving McDonald at Sheridan a bad reputation.
on March 31,2013 | 06:08PM
honopic wrote:
How will chaining the entrance at midnight stop a fight at 7 A.M.? Should McDonald's wait until noon to open?
on March 31,2013 | 08:19PM
808warriorfan wrote:
AGAIN.....McDonald's might want to change that location. People wont' go there if this continues
on March 31,2013 | 06:40PM
mikethenovice wrote:
People who walk and not drive will still go there?
on April 1,2013 | 04:11AM
niimi wrote:
Sheridan Street is the problem, especially with the bars and people getting out very late. Now the time of day seems to have no bearing. It might help if HPD starts to use that back parking lot as their hangout, much as they use some church parking lots at night.
on March 31,2013 | 10:20PM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Town side crime is a huge problem. Lowlifes everywhere in that area.
on March 31,2013 | 11:41PM
mikethenovice wrote:
I'll stay in the 96700 area away from town to live. Honolulu, 96800 is like the Metro part of the mainland. All we need is the rail to complete the hub.
on April 1,2013 | 04:12AM
chryw8 wrote:
7:00am, 4:00am, 5:30am. gotta be some underground, after hours bar somewhere in the area.
on April 1,2013 | 12:16PM
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