Occupy protest at police headquarters in Honolulu
HONOLULU - Honolulu's version of Occupy Wall Street has taken its protest to police headquarters to confront city officials for confiscating tents and other personal items.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports that the Occupy protesters sat near a metal detector at the building's main entrance for at least several hours Wednesday night.
Protester Andrew Smith said they're upset with city officials for confiscating nine tents plus bedding and personal items.
The 28-year-old said city workers tagged the items Tuesday at Occupy's main protest site near Honolulu. Smith said protesters substituted the items in front of a police supervisor and another city official, but they were confiscated anyway.
Smith said he filed a theft report with police.
65-year-old pleads guilty to firing at freeway driver
HONOLULU - A 65-year-old man has pleaded guilty under a deal to charges stemming from firing a pistol at another motorist on a Hawaii freeway.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Thursday that Douglas Freeman pleaded guilty to reckless endangerment and carrying a firearm without a permit.
Freeman agreed with a statement acknowledging that he carried a pistol while on his way to camp on the North Shore in February.
The statement said Freeman fired when another motorist tried to force him off the H-1 freeway.
The other driver was not harmed.
Police seek female driver in a fatal Kaneohe hit, run
KANEOHE - Police have cleared one lead and are seeking a woman who was driving a sport utility vehicle that they believe was involved in a fatal hit-and-run crash in Kaneohe.
KITV in Honolulu reports that police have cleared a man whom witnesses said may have been driving in the area at the time of the crash.
Authorities said 45-year-old Lany Salva was hit and killed as she was walking to her overnight shift at a gas station on a busy road.