Jack Truesdale is a reporter for Civil Beat covering criminal justice.
He previously worked as a general assignment reporter for the Honolulu Star-Advertiser and covered Maui as a freelance correspondent for Civil Beat. His writing for magazines has appeared in The New Yorker, Hana Hou and Flux Hawaii. He has a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Brown University.
Bail was set at $2 million for the suspect in the April shooting that killed two people.
How the suspect managed to fly from Oahu to Molokai remains unclear.
UPDATE: Police arrested the suspect on Molokai Thursday night, after he triggered a lockdown at Schofield Barracks and fled.
The Hawaii Judiciary prohibits unwanted hugging, which the assistant alleges Chief Judge Randal Valenciano did in a "sexualized" manner numerous times.
The police commission largely praised Chief Joe Logan's job performance but said he can do better with communications.
Draft Honolulu City Council legislation would raise the stakes for landlords who allow illegal gambling in their units.
The lawsuit says body cam footage shows Nathaniel Naki was not acting in a threatening manner when he was shot to death.
The four Honolulu police officers face felony criminal trial in December.
A lawsuit filed a decade ago got the Emergency Services Department to update its payroll system, but that hasn't fixed the problem.