Best Wishes to Bryan DePowell

Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Bryan E. DePowell will be leaving the Department to become an Immigration Judge with the U.S. Department of Justice’s Executive Office of Immigration Reform in Adelanto, California.

Freeman sentenced to life in prison

Darryl Freeman was sentenced to life in prison for the shooting death of 31-year-old Keenyn Pahio in March 2017.

Protests spotlight injustice

Photo courtesy: Nancie Caraway

Protests over racial inequality sparked by the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis have erupted here, on the mainland, and throughout the world.
(Photo courtesy: Nancie Caraway)

Gunman sentenced to two life sentences

Brandon Fetu Lafoga has been sentenced to two consecutive life sentences for gun charges and the attempted murder of Kele Stout.

Man convicted in hammer attack

On February 10, 2020, the jury found Kristopher Kalani guilty of attempted murder for attacking his girlfriend with a hammer.

Man who killed child faces life sentence

Waiser Walter is scheduled to be sentenced on April 13, 2020 for the death of a four-year-old boy in

Drunk driver sentenced in deadly Mokule’ia crash

Jeremy Lee, the intoxicated driver who hit and killed Dr. Eugene Chin has been sentenced to two ten-year prison terms to be served concurrently.

Driver guilty in hit-and-run death of Nanakuli teen

Ed Werner addresses the media after driver convicted in hit-and-run death of his son, Kaulana Werner.

Animal shelter operators sentenced to prison

David “Lanny” Moore received a one-year sentence and ordered to pay $39,450 in restitution to the Hawaiian Humane Society. His mother was sentenced to four days in prison and ordered to pay $1,225 in restitution.

Makaha man and his mother convicted of animal cruelty

Jury convicted the operators of the Friends for Life animal shelter in Makaha of second-degree animal cruelty.