Monthly Archives: July 2007

Range of failures led to Army collision with Aiea overpass

Posted on: Sunday, July 29, 2007 Range of failures led to Aiea overpass crash By William Cole Advertiser Military Writer Traffic on the H-1 came to a standstill on a Tuesday afternoon nearly a year ago after an ‘Aiea crash closed all six westbound lanes. ADVERTISER LIBRARY PHOTOS | Sept. 5, 2006 A soldier is… Read more »

Hawaii-Based Soldiers Charged With Murder

KITV.com Hawaii-Based Soldiers Charged With Murder Corrales, Shore Allegedly Killed Iraqi Civilian POSTED: 2:04 am HST July 29, 2007 UPDATED: 2:19 am HST July 29, 2007 HONOLULU — KITV first reported about premeditated murder charges against two Hawaii-based soldiers. Now, the Army has released details of the charges. Army records charged Sgt. 1st Class Trey… Read more »

Kealakehe High School JROTC instructor accused of sexual contact with female student

The “teacher” referred to in the following article is actually a JROTC instructor. >><< Big Island teacher awaits charges for alleged sexual misconduct Published: Wednesday, July 25, 2007 10:16 AM HST Stephens Media A male Kealakehe High School teacher, who was placed on administrative leave, has yet to be charged with a crime in regard… Read more »

Ex-Marine and wife accused of starving daughter, attempted murder

Posted on: Thursday, July 19, 2007 Relatives tried to help starving Hawaii girl By Peter Boylan Advertiser Staff Writer A malnourished 12-year-old girl – who weighed just 50 pounds – was found in January by emergency medical personnel in a unit of this apartment complex at 809 Kina’u Street. JEFF WIDENER | The Honolulu Advertiser Denise… Read more »

Counterfeit bills coming in through military personnel returning from the Middle East

Officials Say L.A. Gangs Using Counterfeit Bills In Waikiki Counterfeit Bills Appearing In Waikiki, Shopping Centers POSTED: 4:33 pm HST July 18, 2007 HONOLULU — Thousands of dollars worth of counterfeit $100 bills are flowing into Hawaii, most likely from Los Angeles-based gangs, according to Secret Service officials. For the last week or so, $2,000… Read more »