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Maui police find attack victim covered in blood from cuts, pellet gun wound

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 12:23 a.m. HST, Aug 05, 2013

Maui Police opened an attempted murder investigation Sunday after officers responded to a disorderly conduct call to find a man covered in blood, a department spokesman said. 

Lt. William Jaun said police responded to an abuse in progress case on Molokai Akau Street in Kahului at around 5:45 a.m. because two men were reportedly fighting. 

Suspects fled when police arrived, but a man was left injured and bleeding, Juan said. The man was transported to the hospital in stable condition. 

Juan said the victim sustained lacerations and a pellet wound from a pellet gun that was shot. He said police investigation revealed that the victim was attacked when he came out of a residence. 

Police are still trying to locate the suspects, who are wanted on suspicion of second-degree attempted murder, Juan said.

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Yikes. Please give us a name and a picture so I can be the first to draw some inane racist conclusion.
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