Posts Tagged: Crime

Ex-Navy man fatally stabs girlfriend on Kaneohe street, then kills self

On September 18, 2010, Michael Thomas, Jr. 26, allegedly fatally stabbed his girlfriend Sydney Kline and assaulted her mother, then drove to the H-3 freeway where he jumped to his death.  The Honolulu Star Advertiser reported: A 33-year-old woman was stabbed to death on a Kaneohe street early this afternoon, allegedly by her boyfriend who… Read more »

DoD Braces For Release of 400K Secret Reports ran an article by Agence France-Presse about Wikileaks’ plans to release 400,000 additional classified military documents.   What’s most disturbing are the comments. Air Force veteran Edward Leckey wrote “Put a hit on the Scumbag! He looks like the ideal Jail House Buddy (Smile)! I know that no one in the current Administration has the… Read more »

Kaneohe Marine arrested in the stabbing of fellow Marine

Kaneohe Marine arrested in the stabbing of fellow Marine By Star-Advertiser staff POSTED: 09:38 p.m. HST, Oct 11, 2010 Police arrested a 21-year-old Kaneohe Marine on suspicion of attempted second-degree murder for allegedly stabbing a 27-year-old fellow Marine in Kailua early this morning. Police said the younger man allegedly stabbed the older man with a… Read more »

Army sergeant allegedly killed in fight near stip club

Police arrest Salt Lake man for alleged murder near strip club Victim was a noncommissioned officer at Tripler Detectives arrested a 23-year-old Salt Lake man this morning for investigation of second-degree murder in connection with an early morning fight Sunday that left a 35-year-old Army sergeant and father dead on Kapiolani Boulevard. READ MORE

Military man arrested for choking wife over crying baby Fight over crying baby leads to alleged domestic violence By Star-Advertiser Staff POSTED: 06:40 a.m. HST, Sep 07, 2010 An argument over a crying baby escalated into violence and the arrest of a 28-year-old man in the Catlin Park military housing complex Sunday night, police said. The fight started when a husband and wife… Read more »

GIs Allegedly Plotted to Kill Civilians GIs Allegedly Plotted to Kill Civilians Spc. Jeremy Morlock August 25, 2010 Seattle Times Last December, Army Staff Sgt. Calvin Gibbs began joking with other Soldiers about how easy it would be to “toss a grenade” at Afghan civilians and kill them, according to statements made by fellow platoon members to military investigators. One… Read more »

Who pulled Conley’s trigger? – Violent Cases In Hawaii Involving PTSD Patients Likely To Increase

The recent apparent double-murder-suicide by former National Guardsman Clayborne Conley, who suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, underscores the human cost of the wars. Conley may have pulled the trigger that killed Kristine Cass, Saundra Cass and himself, but who pulled Conley’s trigger?  And will they be held accountable?… Read more »

Makiki double-murder-suicide: More details emerge about killer’s military background

The Honolulu Star Advertiser article today reveals more information about Clayborne Conley’s military background, his post-traumatic stress disorder, and his violent, troubled past. Here are some excerpts from the story: Friends identified the shooter as Clayborne Conley, a former Hawaii National Guardsman with a history of violent behavior and mental instability. Conley was deployed with… Read more »

Iraq/Afghanistan vet apparently murdered a woman and her 13-year old daughter then killed himself

At around 1:00 am this morning in Makiki, neighbors were awoken by breaking glass, a barking dog, and gunshots.  A woman shouted “No, no, help, help, no!”, more gunshots.  A man’s voice.  A gunshot, then an eerie silence. A woman, teenage girl and a man were found dead by gunshot wounds in an apparent double… Read more »

No charges in baby’s death a year later No justice for Brayden After almost a year, an investigation of the boy’s death has not been concluded, frustrating his mother By William Cole POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 20, 2010 Nearly a year ago, 14-month-old Brayden Elizah McVeigh, son of a Navy diver stationed at Pearl Harbor, died from brain injury caused by… Read more »