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Bullet struck truck in Kapolei drive-by, court documents say

  • KIM YUEN / KYUEN@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Police closed off a street in Kapolei after a shooting Friday evening.

  • COURTESY HONOLULU POLICE DEPT.

    Kahamiokumoae Ahsing, right, and Kiani K. Hayghe were charged Sunday with first-degree terroristic threatening.

A 21-year-old Ewa Beach man allegedly fired four to eight shots from a handgun at two men in a drive-by incident Friday in Kapolei, according to court documents.

A preliminary hearing for the alleged shooter Kahamaiokumoae Ahsing will be held in District Court Wednesday. He has been charged with first-degree terroristic threatening.

Ahsing also was charged Sunday with first-degree reckless endangering.

The driver of the car, Kiani Hayghe, also faces a charge of first-degree terroristic threatening. Her preliminary hearing is also scheduled for District Court on Wednesday.

Bail for the pair was set at $100,000 each.

Two men, both 18, identified both Hayghe and Ahsing after the shooting that occurred at 5:40 p.m. Friday on Kamaaha Avenue near Kapolei Parkway, according to a police affidavit filed in District Court on Monday.

The two victims said Ahsing was hanging out the passenger side of a white Honda Civic, driven by Hayghe, which approached their Toyota Tacoma truck from the opposite direction on Kamaaha Avenue.

The police affidavit said one of the shots hit the front fender of the driver’s side of the Toyota Tacoma truck.

No one was injured.

Police located Ahsing and Hayghe leaving Ahsing’s Ewa Beach home on Hanaloa Street just after midnight.

The pair was initially arrested early Saturday on suspicion of attempted murder in the first degree.

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