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Jurors to decide if Stangel will get an extended prison term

  • Toby Stangel was found guilty of second degree murder and second degree attempted murder and not guilty on first degree attempted murder by a jury in the courtroom of Judge Glenn Kim.

Jurors who found a Wahiawa man guilty of second-degree murder are returning to court for a hearing on whether he should go to prison for the rest of his life.

Toby Stangel’s extended-term hearing is scheduled for this morning.

He was found guilty of second-degree murder in the 2011 shooting of a mother of 10, who was in her minivan at a Honolulu intersection. He was found guilty of attempted murder for shooting and injuring a woman on the H-1 freeway and shooting at a man at the start of the early morning shooting spree. He was found guilty of reckless endangering for shooting at two police officers and shooting a man in the thigh.

If jurors don’t agree he deserves an extended term, he faces life with possible parole.

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