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Second set of Hibiscus remains ID’d as suspected killer Hanel

DENNIS ODA / JAN. 23, 2020
                                Investigators work at the Hibiscus Drive crime scene days after the Jan. 19 shootings and fire that left four people dead and gutted the heart of the block. The Medical Examiner’s Office today released the identity of the second set of remains found at the site as suspected shooter Jerry Hanel.
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DENNIS ODA / JAN. 23, 2020

Investigators work at the Hibiscus Drive crime scene days after the Jan. 19 shootings and fire that left four people dead and gutted the heart of the block. The Medical Examiner’s Office today released the identity of the second set of remains found at the site as suspected shooter Jerry Hanel.

COURTESY HPD
                                Jerry Hanel is responsible for shooting and killing two patrol officers, attacking his landlady and destroying by fire seven homes in an exclusive Diamond Head neighborhood on Jan. 19.
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COURTESY HPD

Jerry Hanel is responsible for shooting and killing two patrol officers, attacking his landlady and destroying by fire seven homes in an exclusive Diamond Head neighborhood on Jan. 19.

DENNIS ODA / JAN. 23, 2020
                                Investigators work at the Hibiscus Drive crime scene days after the Jan. 19 shootings and fire that left four people dead and gutted the heart of the block. The Medical Examiner’s Office today released the identity of the second set of remains found at the site as suspected shooter Jerry Hanel.
COURTESY HPD
                                Jerry Hanel is responsible for shooting and killing two patrol officers, attacking his landlady and destroying by fire seven homes in an exclusive Diamond Head neighborhood on Jan. 19.