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Coalition aims to bring crime reduction programs to Waikiki

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Joe Herter is seeking a permanent restraining order in a Waikiki case in which he was viciously beaten. He obtained a temporary restraining order against Adrian Gerard Matias. However, police never served it while Gerard was in custody from April 13 to 25.
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Joe Herter is seeking a permanent restraining order in a Waikiki case in which he was viciously beaten. He obtained a temporary restraining order against Adrian Gerard Matias. However, police never served it while Gerard was in custody from April 13 to 25.

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / APRIL 15
                                An officer has been stationed at the corner of Lewers Street and Kalakaua Avenue on recent evenings, near the location of an attack on Noah Cadaram, a 24-year-old, first-time visitor to Hawaii from Tacoma, Wash. His beating was the third violent incident outside of Kelley O’Neil’s in Waikiki in a matter of weeks.
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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / APRIL 15

An officer has been stationed at the corner of Lewers Street and Kalakaua Avenue on recent evenings, near the location of an attack on Noah Cadaram, a 24-year-old, first-time visitor to Hawaii from Tacoma, Wash. His beating was the third violent incident outside of Kelley O’Neil’s in Waikiki in a matter of weeks.

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Joe Herter is seeking a permanent restraining order in a Waikiki case in which he was viciously beaten. He obtained a temporary restraining order against Adrian Gerard Matias. However, police never served it while Gerard was in custody from April 13 to 25.
CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / APRIL 15
                                An officer has been stationed at the corner of Lewers Street and Kalakaua Avenue on recent evenings, near the location of an attack on Noah Cadaram, a 24-year-old, first-time visitor to Hawaii from Tacoma, Wash. His beating was the third violent incident outside of Kelley O’Neil’s in Waikiki in a matter of weeks.