Posts Tagged: Crime

Sailor’s deal angers relative of slain women

Thursday, May 8, 2003 Sailor’s deal angers relative of slain women The brother/son of the victims is upset that their killer avoids the death penalty By Gregg K. Kakesako A Singapore man whose sister and mother were killed last summer by a Pearl Harbor sailor is outraged by a plea agreement that limits the… Read more »

Sailor admits to killing wife, having sex with his wife’s dead body

Sailor admits to killing wife, mother-in-law By B.J. Reyes ASSOCIATED PRESS 8:03 p.m., May 5, 2003 PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii – A sailor on Monday tearfully admitted to fatally beating his wife with an iron skillet and stabbing his mother-in-law to death at the couple’s home last year. Petty Officer 2nd Class David A. DeArmond, 32,… Read more »

Soldier turns himself in in Waikiki stabbing

Soldier turns himself in in Waikiki stabbing A second suspect in a stabbing Saturday turned himself in to police Monday. He was arrested, then released without charges pending investigation. The suspect, a 36-year-old Schofield Barracks soldier, turned himself in at the Wahiawa Police Station. Police said the victim, a 29-year-old man, was stabbed in the… Read more »

ABYSS members convicted of sex assault, sentenced to 10 years

According to sources at the Honolulu Police Department, ABYSS is a hip hop group / gang affiliated with the military. >><< Wednesday, January 29, 2003 Musicians get 10-year terms for sex assault Two members of rap music group Abyss that authorities say is involved in prostitution and drug trafficking were convicted yesterday of sexually assaulting… Read more »

Sailor faces execution

Thursday, January 9, 2003 Pearl sailor faces execution The Navy petty officer is accused of killing his Singapore-born wife and mother-in-law By Gregg K. Kakesako Navy prosecutors will seek the death penalty against a Pearl Harbor sailor who they say killed his Singapore-born wife and her mother. Rear Adm. Robert Conway, commander of Navy… Read more »

Okinawans protest crimes by US troops

Published on Thursday, July 13, 2000 in the Frankfurter Rundschau (Germany) Okinawans Outraged Over Crimes By Troops Of ‘Rogue Superpower America’ by Karl Grobe Bowing to Japanese concerns about a string of incidents involving American troops stationed on Okinawa, United States military authorities on the Japanese island have this week imposed an indefinite curfew and… Read more »

Wahiawa tries to eliminate prostitution

Monday, July 10, 2000 Wahiawa tries to eliminate prostitution A bill being considered would make it a prostitution-free zone By Pat Gee Star-Bulletin Police Sgt. Fay Tamura thinks streetwalkers will find it harder to do business in Wahiawa if the City Council passes a prostitution-free zone bill. But two Wahiawa pastors aren’t convinced, saying it… Read more »

Gang-rape trial ends in prison term, probation

The accused rapists are members of the military-associated hip hop group/gang known as ABYSS. ABYSS <> ABYSS is a family comprised of fifteen (15) members. This includes eight (8) rappers (Masterful Shabbar, Pnal, Blac Mist, Gilla, Soul Sorcerer, Vonstar Killaton, Zodiac Killah, & A-Killah), A Production & Publishing team (Redbone Production & Publishing), Management… Read more »

Schofield soldier found guilty in pregnant wife’s murder

Friday, January 28, 2000 Schofield soldier found guilty in pregnant wife’s murder However, the military jury rejected the prosecution’s argument that the killing was premeditated By Gregg K. Kakesako Star-Bulletin A military jury has found a Schofield Barracks soldier guilty of the unpremeditated murder of his pregnant wife. Staff Sgt. Timothy Ward, 34, faces a… Read more »

Soldier had ‘feelings of hatred’ before slaying wife

Wednesday, November 10, 1999 Soldier ‘had feelings of hatred’ before wife’s slaying By Gregg K. Kakesako Star-Bulletin Ten days before Army Staff Sgt. Timothy Ward allegedly stabbed and bludgeoned to death his pregnant German-born wife, he sought the help of a mental health specialist because he was afraid he would harm her. During the second… Read more »