Katy Sterio was sentenced to 10 years in prison for counts of credit card theft, identity theft and fraudulent use of a credit card. In 2013, she plead guilty to theft charges after convincing an elderly man to help pay for her nonexistent bills.
Prosecuting Attorney Keith M. Kaneshiro has been reelected to a four-year term and thanks O‘ahu voters for approving City Charter Amendment Three, which provides the Prosecutor’s Office with budgetary autonomy.
More than 80 prosecutors and law enforcement officers from around the world gathered in Waikiki September 28-30 for the 2016 International Sex Trafficking Summit.
The Department of the Prosecuting Attorney is proud to open the doors to the Honolulu Prosecutor’s Safe House. The center is the first of its kind here on the island and will provide shelter, counseling, transitional services and training to victims of domestic violence and sex trafficking.
Prosecutor Kaneshiro urges voters to vote “Yes” on Charter Amendment 3 which will allow the prosecutor to have total control of the budget once approved by the council.
Robert Roediger-Geauque was found guilty of murder in the second degree in the fatal stabbing of Scott MacMillan in 2014.
Francine Marshall-Wun was found guilty of fleeing the scene of an accident after she struck and killed pedestrian Robert Kapololu Jr. in Waianae in 2014.
Governor Ige’s signing of HP1668 will allow courts to permit the use of courthouse dogs in trials during testimony of vulnerable witnesses.
Matthew Bright was sentenced to 20 years in prison for assault, sexual assault and kidnapping.