More than three months after being arrested in front of his family home in San Diego, Bryan Suitt was back in Honolulu on Wednesday to face a charge of killing Alex Gonzales, whose body was found dismembered in Waipio.
Electrical outlet blamed in Waipahu blaze • Woman reports assault in LCC parking lot • Witnesses are sought in Aiea hit-and-run • Suspect allegedly attacks officer in Waikiki • Maui surfer injured after falling off board
Mother and son face charges of selling ‘ice' • Suspect sought in death of homeless man • Duo charged in robbery of Kalihi business • Cellphone helps firefighters find lost hiker • Blaze displaces 3 at Kaneohe townhouse
Waikiki, downtown crime sweep nets 137 • 3 suspects sought in armed robbery • Man faces drug and ammunition charges • Alleged television thief remains in custody • Bird watcher rescued in good condition • Corrections officers sought on 3 islands
Woman trying to cross highway is killed after being hit by car •
Tourist encounters trouble while snorkeling and later dies •
Single-moped crash in Waikiki seriously injures 46-year-old •
Early-morning traffic accidents close all westbound H-1 lanes
Man sought in Waipahu burglary attempt •
McCully woman reports man in her room •
Alert issued about jury-duty warrant scam •
Man charged in Waimanalo home break-in •
Autopsy set for Utah cruise passenger
Maui firefighters responded to a structure fire that left $60,000 in damage at 2:54 a.m. Sunday. The 600-square-foot property at 626 Kaae Road in Wailuku was "completely destroyed," said Fire Services Chief Lee Mainaga.
The city Medical Examiner's Office has identified the 36-year-old man who drowned while free diving Friday as Michael Assily of Aiea. Emergency Medical Services said Assily was diving with a friend at 5 a.m. near Kaimana Beach in Waikiki.
Vehicle strikes, seriously injures woman •
Leap into Naohia Falls pool requires rescue •
Homeless man arrested for alleged threats •
Hikers safe after spending night on ridge •
Police nab 2 suspected card, ID thieves •
Teenager accused of assaulting worker
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