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Man accused of attack on wife’s boyfriend

Police arrested a 38-year-old man after he allegedly struck his wife’s boyfriend with his truck in Nuuanu.

Police said the suspect struck the victim, 39, at about 8:45 Tuesday near the Nuuanu YMCA on Pali Highway. Emergency Medical Services transported the victim to a hospital in critical condition, police said.

Police arrested the suspect near the YMCA on suspicion of second-degree attempted murder. Police also arrested the suspect’s wife, 34, at the same location on suspicion of first-degree terroristic threatening after she allegedly wielded a bat during a dispute with her boyfriend.

Husband is arrested in alleged assault

Police arrested a 55-year-old man after he allegedly choked his 53-year-old wife in Waimanalo.

At about 2:25 p.m. Tuesday, police said, the suspect choked the victim after they got involved in an argument. He then choked her using the sweater she was wearing, causing her to lose consciousness, they said. Police said the victim regained consciousness when the suspect slapped her in the face.

Video shows suspect in robbery

Police have released surveillance video of a male who allegedly robbed a fast-food restaurant at Stadium Mall.

At 10:30 p.m. June 27, police said, a male wearing a hoodie approached the drive-thru window at Jack in the Box on a moped and purchased food. The following morning, at about 2:45 a.m., a male clad in a hoodie — similar to the one worn by the moped rider — and a face mask approached the drive-thru window and brandished a rifle. It’s unclear whether the rifle was real or a replica because as he attempted to smash the cash register open, part of the rifle broke and he left.

Police said he returned shortly after and demanded money from the employee.

Anyone with information on the suspect may call Crime­Stoppers at 955-8300 or visit

Fisherman found dead on North Shore

The body of a fisherman, 54, was found Wednesday night in Haleiwa at Kaiaka Bay.

Beachgoers reported an unmanned kayak found off Aweoweo Beach Park in Waialua. A fisherman who was last seen at 3:30 p.m. failed to return, said fire Capt. David Jenkins.

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