Monthly Archives: February 2013

Man held on $1M bail in alleged assault of infant in Kailua

The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported (“Man held on $1M bail in alleged assault of infant in Kailua”, February 16, 2013) that a 21-year-old man, a resident of the Marine Corps Base Hawaii Kāneʻohe Bay (probably the spouse of a Marine), was arrested and charged with the assault of a 3-month-old infant this past week: Billy Groce… Read more »

Artillery training at Schofield responsible for overnight booming noises

Last week, residents of Oʻahu as far away as Kailua complained of loud noises up to midnight.  Hawaii News Now reported that Army training at Schofield was responsible for the noises (“Artillery training at Schofield responsible for overnight booming noises” January 31, 2013): Army officials issued a noise advisory for Schofield Barracks on Thursday, saying… Read more »

Military junk pulled from Kalaeloa pond raises fresh concerns

  Some Native Hawaiian cultural practitioners and historians are protesting the Navy’s method of cleaning up unexploded ordnance at a sinkhole site within Kalaeloa (once the site of Barber’s Point Naval Air Station). The Honolulu Star Advertiser reports (“Military junk pulled from Kalaeloa pond raises fresh concerns” February 3, 2013): The Navy said at least… Read more »