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Man suspected of choking, hitting wife on head


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LAST UPDATED: 10:09 a.m. HST, Dec 27, 2013



A 21-year-old woman woke up Thursday morning in the Honolulu area to her husband hitting her on the head and later choking her, police said.

Police arrested her 27-year-old man around 10:45 a.m. on suspicion of abuse.

The woman told police that he started hitting her on her head around 8:50 a.m. and prevented her from leaving when she tried to flee. 

According to police documents, he then grabbed her and choked her in the kitchen. Police said the woman was able to have security notify them once her husband let go of her.






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MillionMonkeys wrote:
no comment
on December 27,2013 | 04:04PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Well at least we know who u r. That's a comment in itself.
on December 28,2013 | 05:16AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Domestic town side? I guess they learning from Waianae!
on December 27,2013 | 11:47PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
What happened to HAJAA? Is the 1 saying u r the best, or just a second incarnation?
on December 28,2013 | 05:17AM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
People need to realize that domestic abuse occurs more often than thought and usually it involves alcohol and possibly drugs. I had personal experience of domestic abuse for all my life, until my dad passed away in 1991. We (siblings) wondered how mom kept on taking the abuse and not wanting to leave Dad. We as the children probably also wondered also, although we all took everything with a grain of salt. Dad's passing in 1991 was thought of by me, as both distraught and (listen to this) good riddance, because dad abused alcohol all his life, at least since I knew him as the number one son. We could do nothing to stop him from having a few, especially after a long hard day's work in the hot sun as a construction worker (carpenter). Yet I believe he meant well and he abused me physically as well, until I reached majority age, when I almost revolted if my dad tried to lay his fist on me. I still feel sorry for my mom who endured even more physical abuse than me. Well she's resting in peace now, as she has joined my dad in The National Memorial Cemetery of The Pacific, just last month. I suppose the Korean War imposed on him a lot of the difficulty my dad endured in his life and I appreciate his service to our nation. I salute u mom and dad.
on December 28,2013 | 05:51AM
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