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Suspect arrested in attempted murder case in Waikiki

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 12:51 p.m. HST, May 15, 2014


Honolulu police opened an attempted murder investigation Wednesday after a 73-year-old woman was struck near Kapiolani Park by a car driven by a woman who fled the scene on foot.

The older woman was in serious condition with a head injury following the 11:40 a.m. incident at 2696 Kalakaua Ave., according to an Emergency Medical Services Division report.

About 7:15 p.m., police arrested a 30-year-old woman on suspicion of second-degree attempted murder.

When firefighters arrived at 11:44 a.m., they found the woman on the ground with a cut to her head and the suspect's car with damage to the backend, Honolulu fire spokesman David Jenkins said. A bystander apparently had used a crowbar to alert the driver so that she wouldn't hit the woman a second time, he said.

The woman had a cut to the back of her head and bruises on the rest of the body, Jenkins said.







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alohacharlie wrote:
Was the woman in a crosswalk? Was the driver of the vehicle impaired? Was the driver charged? Great reporting!
on May 14,2014 | 03:00PM
SueH wrote:
The information you seek probably is either not available or unknown at this time. The SA just wanted to get a jump on the story, so I'm sure more information will be forthcoming later. You can't really blame the SA for shoddy reporting if the information isn't available to them yet. The accident just happened.
on May 14,2014 | 03:49PM
poipoo wrote:
check khon2
on May 14,2014 | 06:41PM
Skyler wrote:
Great article update. Now according to the SAd, it's a he/she that ran into the old lady.
on May 14,2014 | 09:50PM
HanabataDays wrote:
Some clever sleight of hand with a wig, mus' be.
on May 15,2014 | 12:47AM
pistonxx11 wrote:
I agree that it's pretty sloppy reporting. By the way, the "old lady" is a brilliant astronomer/software engineer who pioneered the use of computerized tracking for astronomical telescopes...
on May 15,2014 | 01:50AM
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