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Woman's death was homicide by asphyxiation, official says

HPD is still holding but has not charged a man in connection with the slaying

By Star-Advertiser staff

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 09, 2013

~~<p>A woman whose body was found in a Waikiki trash bin last week died of asphyxiation and was the victim of a homicide, a city medical examiner said Friday morning.</p>
<p>Dr. Masahiko Koba&shy;ya&shy;shi, deputy medical examiner, said 51-year-old Janine U. Meyer died of asphyxiation due to various causes.</p>
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A woman whose body was found in a Waikiki trash bin last week died of asphyxiation and was the victim of a homicide, a city medical examiner said Friday morning.

Dr. Masahiko Koba­ya­shi, deputy medical examiner, said 51-year-old Janine U. Meyer died of asphyxiation due to various causes. Login for more...



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