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Nightclub owner charged with assaulting Pro Bowler is released

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    Michael Miske Jr.
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Nightclub owner Michael Miske Jr. is out on bail after he was charged Sunday with allegedly assaulting Washington Redskins tackle Trent Williams at a Restaurant Row nightclub early Saturday morning.

Miske, 38, was arrested Saturday at the Honolulu Police Department headquarters on Beretania Street and charged Sunday with second-degree assault. Police said he posted $250,000 bail after he was charged. Miske is expected to be arraigned in Circuit Court later this week.

According to police, Miske struck Williams, who was in Hawaii for Sunday’s Pro Bowl, on the head with a dangerous instrument, reportedly a Champagne bottle, during a fight. The incident took place at Miske’s M Nightclub at Restaurant Row.

Williams was unable to participate in the game due to his injuries.

Miske, who is also the owner and president of Kamaaina Termite and Pest Control, has an extensive criminal history that includes 10 convictions — six for felonies — dating back to 1993. 

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