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                                <strong>Emlyn Higa </strong>
Defense lawyer Myles Breiner levels more accusations against Honolulu Deputy Prosecutor Emlyn Higa

Defense lawyer Myles Breiner says the deputy prosecutor who admitted shoving him tried to have a relationship with a woman who was the complaining witness in two domestic violence cases he was prosecuting, drafted legal documents for her civil case while he was still working as a Maui deputy prosecutor, went to her home in the middle of the night while drunk and assaulted her adult son. Read more

Hired thug admits to 2017 kidnapping

A convicted methamphetamine trafficker who was scheduled to stand trial next month on more drug trafficking charges has admitted that he was also a hired henchman responsible for the 2017 abduction of a 72-year-old Honolulu businessman. Read more

                                Samuel Campiformio
Murder defendant pleads no contest to manslaughter

A Kahaluu property owner who was charged with murder for the fatal stabbing of a 23-year-old man who was a tenant pleaded no contest in state court today to manslaughter in a plea deal with the state. Read more

Maui bookkeeper gets 43 months for stealing from plant nursery

After her boss fired her in 2016 for stealing more than $1 million from the Kihei plant nursery where she worked as its bookkeeper, Thelma Pascua-Suyat withdrew the last $1,500 that was in the company’s bank account, Ki-Hana Nursery owner Louis Scott Walsh told a federal judge Monday. Read more

Court rules against feds in bribery claim case

A possible precedent- setting ruling by a federal judge in Honolulu means charges against a former U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contracting officer accused of accepting millions of dollars in bribes may have to be dismissed. Read more

                                Michael Walker
Former Army medic pleads guilty to arranging wife’s murder

Former Tripler Army Medical Center medic Michael Walker admits that he arranged for his lover to kill his wife while he was at work, but says he was still shocked when he found his wife’s lifeless body in the couple’s home at Aliamanu Military Reservation. Read more

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