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Man, 21, arrested on suspicion of attempted murder in Keeaumoku game room shooting

Honolulu police arrested a 21-year-old man in connection with Tuesday’s shooting at an illegal game room in the Keeaumoku area.

The shooting occurred in the 700 block of Sheridan Street at about 7:20 p.m.

Davinlee Daniel is alleged to have shot three people in the course of the robbery, all of whom are expected to survive. The three victims, two men ages 44 and 48 and a 41-year-old woman, were taken via private vehicles to medical facilities in serious but stable condition.

Daniel is currently being held on $1 million bail.

He was charged today with numerous offenses relating to the robbery. He faces one count of attempted murder in the first degree, three counts of attempted murder in the second degree, one count of robbery in the first degree, one count of terroristic threatening in the first degree, four counts of carrying or use of a firearm in the commission of a separate felon, one count of place to keep pistol or revolver, and one count of unlawful ownership or possession of a firearm.

If convicted as charged, Daniel faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Police said three masked men entered the game room brandishing handguns and demanding money. Daniel is alleged to have taken an undisclosed amount of money and then fled on foot with the others to an awaiting silver vehicle.

The two other suspects remain at large.

“Illegal game rooms attract the worst elements of our society,” said Prosecuting Attorney Steve Alm. “We will vigorously prosecute Daniel and ensure that he is held accountable for his violent and dangerous acts. I thank the Honolulu Police Department for its diligence in investigating this matter and apprehending Daniel so that he can be brought to justice.”

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