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Waianae man charged in case of repeated assault

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 04:25 a.m. HST, Nov 11, 2013



Police charged a 20-year-old Waianae man with repeatedly assaulting a 24-year-old woman.

According to police, Rein Keliihoomalu violated terms of a temporary restraining order three times between Nov. 5 and 9.

On Nov. 5, Keliihoomalu allegedly approached and struck the victim. The next day, he approached the victim again and choked her, police said.

Keliihoomalu violated the protective order again on Saturday and was arrested.

Police charged Keliihoomalu Sunday with two counts of second-degree assault. His aggregate bail was set at $25,000.







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HanabataDays wrote:
So was it the cops or the victim who finally enforced the "three strikes, yer out" rule? Chee, one time too much arready.
on November 11,2013 | 02:57AM
mokebla wrote:
It's one of the liberal lawmakers nephew, :-O!
on November 11,2013 | 08:43AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Repeat? In China, there are no repeat criminals.
on November 11,2013 | 04:29AM
Publicbraddah wrote:
Only dead ones.
on November 11,2013 | 07:26AM
nitpikker wrote:
and a LOT of corruption.
on November 11,2013 | 08:23AM
soundofreason wrote:
So, when your bail is 25,000 you only have to cough up 2,500 real dollars to get out and finish the job. The young lady should be aware that the legal system here thinks her life is only worth 2,500. Sleep well.
on November 11,2013 | 06:31AM
joseph007 wrote:
I think he deserves 2 more violations for the restraining order. 5 would be the lucky number to get scolded and then released. more of Hawaii "justice" for the alleged criminals, none for the victims. As one defense lawyer admitted "dead victims can't complain".
on November 11,2013 | 07:38AM
paniolo wrote:
Judicial system's way is "Catch and Release." That's why criminals end up back on the streets and keep on doing things like this.
on November 11,2013 | 08:08AM
lowtone123 wrote:
Angry guy
on November 11,2013 | 08:36AM
waianaetransplant wrote:
it is real easy to pass judgment behind a keyboard you guys only know half the story she ran him over twice with her car my wife his aunty has picture evidence of stab wounds inflicted by her upon rein this will all come out in court I will be the first to say he is not blame less but to those who would judge please refrain from flip answers until you know the whole story
on November 11,2013 | 08:54AM
soundofreason wrote:
So he was bright enough to go back to her........... why? Wanted to get run over a third time? There was no good ending for him in this. Learn.
on November 11,2013 | 10:08AM
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