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Waipahu man held in stabbing at Kapiolani Boulevard bar

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 07:23 a.m. HST, Aug 26, 2013



Police arrested a 29-year-old Waipahu man early Sunday morning for allegedly stabbing another man at a Kapiolani Boulevard bar.

According to police, a witness saw the suspect lunge at the 28-year-old victim. The victim later realized that he had been stabbed.

The incident happened around 1:40 a.m. at the Geisha House bar.

The suspect was arrested on suspicion of second-degree attempted murder and disorderly conduct. The victim was taken to an area hospital in undisclosed condition.






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syhud wrote:
City Council and Liquor Commission should really start looking into late night drinking establishments!
on August 25,2013 | 06:59PM
control wrote:
and do what? the problem isn't the bar, it's the young kids with high testosterone. the kids end up near the bars geared towards the "kids" bars like geisha house. when you have groups of young adults you are bound to have altercations. other than closing the bars earlier there isn't much you can do IMHO. If you look at the problems in the keeaumoku area a lot of it can be attributed to the increase in bars that caters to the young crowd. a number of bars were there for decades without the stabbings and violence, a lot of the problems started in the past few years when they created new bars catering to the young crowd.
on August 26,2013 | 10:16AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Watch out it appears that EVERYONE from Waipahu carries a knife. Mix that with the dangerous town side and you got all kine problems!
on August 26,2013 | 12:21AM
Anonymous wrote:
The Liquor Council ??? Give me a break ! They let a few bars go nuts !! Haven't seen any good things they do. As for that "mental midget type" comment about Waipahu....You wrong !! They pack guns too !!! Ha!
on August 26,2013 | 06:15AM
loquaciousone wrote:
How much later did the victim finally realize that he had been stabbed?
on August 26,2013 | 07:12AM
cojef wrote:
A bar is supposed to be a place for socializing, not fighting, especially with knives or other weapons. Guess, the alcohol tends influence the male libido falsely and turns the individual into a gladiator of yore.
on August 26,2013 | 08:34AM
control wrote:
bars have been around for decades but lately the crowd has been more rowdy and unruly.
on August 26,2013 | 10:17AM
silvangold wrote:
wow allie.....nothin from you.....y? cuz it's in YOUR area, NOT the Westside? HA HA HA
on August 26,2013 | 12:44PM
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