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Man charged with damaging wife's vehicle in domestic dispute

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 04:52 a.m. HST, Nov 16, 2013



A 28-year-old Waianae man was charged Friday with first-degree criminal property damage after he allegedly crashed his vehicle into his wife's vehicle during a domestic dispute on Wednesday.

A police report did not disclose whether the suspect's wife was in her vehicle at the time of the alleged incident or if she was injured.

Joshua Gualdarama was charged Friday. His bail was set at $50,000.

In 2008, Gualdarama was convicted of first-degree criminal property damage, possession of a loaded weapon, first-degree terroristic threatening, first-degree reckless endangerment and second-degree assault after he fired gunshots into a crowd during a melee at a 2007 graduation party in Waianae. His criminal record also includes more recent convictions for theft, unauthorized control of a propelled vehicle and harassment.







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soundofreason wrote:
"In 2008, Gualdarama was convicted of first-degree criminal property damage, possession of a loaded weapon, first-degree terroristic threatening, first-degree reckless endangerment and second-degree assault after he fired gunshots into a crowd during a melee at a 2007 graduation party in Waianae. His criminal record also includes more recent convictions for theft, unauthorized control of a propelled vehicle and harassment." >>> But yeah, let's set that bail low enough to where he can get back out on the streets as soon as possible when he coughs up the mere 5k cash required for that 50k bail. THAT'S a good idea :/
on November 16,2013 | 04:05AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
sound, a mere $5,000? Maybe it's $7,500 for bail. Either way, $5K is a CHUNK of $$ to put up, esp for a small-time thief in Waianae.
on November 16,2013 | 08:09AM
SueH wrote:
Small change, or chunk, it seems he knows how to play the game from prior experience.....He'll be back on the streets straightaway.
on November 16,2013 | 08:59AM
soundofreason wrote:
REPEAT criminal. The idea is to NOT have him on the streets.
on November 16,2013 | 12:37PM
mikethenovice wrote:
Some people just can't walk away.
on November 16,2013 | 04:42AM
LMO wrote:
This, sadly, is nothing new. My neighbors got into a domestic 30 years ago, and he broke her windshield. She called HPD, and they talked her out of charging him. They had him take a break to cool down. They left, he came home, and the fight continued. We could hear things breaking in the house. I called HPD. They said they'd already been there, things were okay now, and they had better things to do. When I complained, they said they'd charge me with harassment.
on November 16,2013 | 05:25AM
pandadaddy wrote:
Sounds typical. Usually HPD reverts to the phrase "it's a civil matter" when they refuse to do their job.
on November 16,2013 | 09:56AM
paniolo wrote:
That's OK, he damaged his own vehicle, too. If they still living together as husband and wife, they gotta pay for the damages cuz I doubt that the insurance company going pay. It's their money.
on November 16,2013 | 06:55AM
cojef wrote:
You know that's the first thing that crossed my mind. First, is he insured in view of his previous rap sheet? If yes, what is his story to the carrier? Will they buy it. Guess is they have evidence according the news account so he will have pay for the damages himself. This guy is beyond anger management. In California one must show proof of minimum insurance coverage on a vehicle or else no license tags are issued.
on November 16,2013 | 10:20AM
DABLACK wrote:
They always encourage us to say something if we see or hear something wrong.....and get that kind of answers from HPD ??
on November 16,2013 | 07:57AM
false wrote:
Once a punk always a punk.
on November 16,2013 | 02:07PM
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