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Driver arrested in deaths of 3 passengers in Nanakuli crash

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 09:50 p.m. HST, Jan 13, 2014


Police arrested a 20-year-old driver whose three passengers were killed in a head-on collision in Nanakuli on Dec. 28.

The suspect was driving a Honda Civic that crossed the center line on Farrington Highway and crashed into a Nissan pickup truck carrying four people. Police determined that speed was a factor in the incident.

The driver's 18-year-old girlfriend, their 1-year-old daughter, and the driver's 19-year-old cousin were killed in the collision.

The driver was arrested Monday at the Kapolei Police Station on suspicion of three counts of first-degree negligent homicide and second-degree negligent injury. He was later released pending further investigation.







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HAJAA1 wrote:
He should go away for life.
on January 13,2014 | 09:44PM
HAJAA1 wrote:
But he won't. Not in Hawaii.
on January 13,2014 | 09:44PM
Eradication wrote:
Wish you would.
on January 13,2014 | 11:14PM
RetiredWorking wrote:
Eradication, totally agree. HAJAA1 is a troll who has NEVER had anything positive or constructive to say.
on January 14,2014 | 04:40AM
soundofreason wrote:
Might want wait to make that claim at a time when he's wrong.
on January 14,2014 | 05:33AM
joseph007 wrote:
Hi Retired, me too..... Unfortunately Hajaa1 is absolutely right. almost all cases like this end with probation. one driver killed 5 some years ago and received 5 years probation so he could go to school on the mainland. our justice system is for the living not the dead, the dead don't have rights, they're dead.
on January 14,2014 | 07:19AM
kiwamoto wrote:
Wait, HAJAA1, you're having an argument with yourself on line........ Sad.
on January 14,2014 | 08:33AM
soundofreason wrote:
"He was later released pending further investigation.">> Sleep well all. He's back on YOUR streets. And that's how the judicial system protects law abiding citizens by putting the concerns of NON law abiding citizens above ours.
on January 14,2014 | 05:33AM
lowtone123 wrote:
You bring up an interesting point. It seems many times lawbreakers are allowed to exercise their rights at the expense of the law abiding public. Putting the public at risk.
on January 14,2014 | 07:02AM
SueH wrote:
Regardless of the outcome of the trial or his sentence, he'll be living in Hell for the rest of his life knowing he killed his girlfriend, baby, and cousin just because of his stupid, reckless and aggressive driving. I don't think he'll be feeling very "macho" or invincible anymore.
on January 14,2014 | 08:16AM
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