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Kalihi man charged in Sheridan Street stabbing

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 04:25 a.m. HST, Apr 02, 2013

Police charged a 21-year-old Kalihi man Monday in connection with a stabbing on Sheridan Street on Sunday morning.

Richard Lam was initially arrested on suspicion of second-degree attempted murder. He was charged Monday with first-degree assault, second-degree assault, and third-degree promotion of a dangerous drug. His bail was set at $100,000.

The victim, a 22-year-old man, was not seriously injured. He was transported to a hospital in stable condition following the incident.

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cunfuzd4 wrote:
Hmm...promotion of a dangerous drug? Naww this constant ruckus in the area couldn't possibly be drug related!!! Really?!! Not like it hasn't been going on for a long long time. Well I guess that would make an interesting combination, buy all the grease laden food at McD's and get your dose of meth so you don't get fat. Sounds familiar...right ALL-LIE?
on April 2,2013 | 02:51AM
Publicbraddah wrote:
Sensible use of police resources is critical to stem violence like this. Having frequent patrols of Keeaumoku and similar locales will prevent this from happening or lessen it substantially. It's not unusual to see multiple police cars for a fender bender when there is no need for it. This morning, I saw 6 patrol cars on Pensacola before King Street. They were just standing around. I'm not sure what the problem was but the officers didn't seem like there was any urgency. Yet, there they were. 6 motor patrol cars parked on the side with lights on. I thought police cars have GPS so their location is known.
on April 2,2013 | 07:35AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Kalihi again huh. Like clockwork.
on April 2,2013 | 08:14AM
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