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Makiki man charged after co-worker threatened with gun


A 58-year-old Makiki man is facing terroristic threatening and gun charges after allegedly threatening a co-worker with a gun Friday.

Police said Bob Taylor of Pensacola Street was arguing with a 60-year-old male co-worker when he went to his car and returned with a handgun. Taylor allegedly pointed the gun at the man and threatened to kill him.

The co-worker called police, who arrested Taylor at the McCully-area business.

Taylor was charged with first-degree terroristic threatening and three gun-related charges, including possession of prohibited hollow-point rounds. His bail was set at $25,000.

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