Woman gets 10 years in hit-and-run death of Kamehameha grad
By Craig T. Kojima / firstname.lastname@example.org |
November 1, 2019
| Updated on November 1, 2019 at 5:41 pm
Marilyn Kaaialii, aunt of Kaulana Werner, hugs her brother, Edward Werner.
Circuit Judge Paul B.K. Wong sentenced Myisha Lee Armitage in the death of Kaulana Werner, a 2015 Kamehameha Schools graduate. Armitage received two 10-year prison terms for negligent homicide and accidents involving death or serious bodily injury.
The April 2016 crash occurred on Farrington Highway, a block away from Werner’s home.
Myisha Lee Armitage spoke to her attorney, Andrew Park, during Friday's sentencing.
Edward Werner pauses before continuing to address court. With him is wife, Paula, and daughter, Hoku Werner Celes.
Judge B.K. Wong holds letters he received on the case from the public.
Hoku Werner Celes, sister of Kaulana Werner addresses the court on Friday.
Marilyn Kaaialii, aunt of Kaulana Park, addresses the court on Friday.
Myisha Lee Armitage spoke to her attorney during Friday's sentencing.
Edward Werner, father of Kaulana Werner, held signs outside of court after Friday's sentencing.
Myisha Lee Armitage said goodbye before being taken into custody.