Glenn Frey will play Maui show May 4
Glenn Frey, co-founder of the Eagles, will perform May 4 at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center in his only appearance in Hawaii.
As a solo artist and a member of the Eagles, Frey has earned gold and platinum records, a news release from the MACC said. He penned some of the most celebrated Eagles songs, such as "Desperado," "Tequila Sunrise," "Best of My Love," "One of These Nights," "Lyin' Eyes," "Take It to the Limit," "Hotel California" and "Life in the Fast Lane."
In 2012, Frey released "After Hours," a collection of classic love songs from the '40s to the present.
He will perform in the Yokouchi Pavilion/A&B Amphitheater.
The show begins at 7 p.m.; doors open at 5 p.m.
Tickets will go on sale for MACC members Saturday, beginning at 10 a.m. The general public may buy tickets beginning March 30 at 10 a.m.
Prices are $55, $79 and $89, with a limited number of premium $129 tickets.
Tickets may be obtained at the MACC Box Office, charged by phone at 242-7469 or bought online at www.mauiarts.org.
Frey's appearance is being presented by Marek Lieberberg, Ron Gibson Entertainment and the MACC.
Puuone Tract to lose water for hours
Residents in a portion of Puuone Tract will be without water service for about 7 hours late Wednesday and early Thursday for the hookup of new waterlines, the Department of Water Supply announced Monday.
The new waterline tie-in will be on Pio Drive and Imi Place and should run from 10 p.m. Wednesday to 5:30 a.m. Thursday.
During the work, customers will be without water on Pio Place, Imi Place, Nana Street, the western portions of Pio and Imi drives, and Liholiho Street between Nana Street and approximately Lihi Street.
Affected customers have been notified by the contractor and are advised to store water for the night if needed.
Customers may want to flush their waterlines for a short time Thursday morning to ensure that no sediment has accumulated during the project.
Besides the water issues, the department advises motorists in the area during the work period to drive carefully because local traffic will be affected.
Customers are requested to call the 24-hour service line, 270-7633, only if a water problem occurs.
Man accused of ramming truck
A Keanae man was arrested Friday after he was seen twice ramming his wife's truck in a parking lot at Kahului Shopping Center, police said.
Valentine Redo, 46, was released after posting $21,000 bail on charges of first-degree criminal property damage and driving under the influence of an intoxicant.
Patrol officers were dispatched to the parking lot at 11:32 a.m. Friday and arrived to see a gray Chevy pickup leaving, said Lt. Jayson Rego of the Criminal Investigation Division. He said officers arrested Redo after stopping the truck on Puunene Avenue near the Maui Mall.
That morning, an argument between Redo and his 30-year-old wife began in the parking lot of Down To Earth in Kahului before she decided to leave, Rego said. As she drove toward Kahului on Puunene Avenue, Redo chased her in the truck, following when she turned into the Kahului Shopping Center parking lot, Rego said.
He said witnesses were in the parking lot when Redo twice rammed his wife's truck, leaving dents in the back fender of her truck and the front fender of his truck. She wasn't injured.
Intruder looking for Tiffany finds trouble
An intruder hit a homeowner with a beer bottle before he was wrestled to the ground and arrested Friday night at a residence on Keala Place in Kihei, police said.
Police responded to a 10:43 p.m. call, finding the resident bleeding on the right side of his face as he tried to wrestle the suspect to the ground, said Lt. Jayson Rego of the Criminal Investigation Division.
Guy K. Pieper, 47, of Kihei was arrested and charged with second-degree assault. His bail was set at $1,000.
Rego said the homeowner reported that he had just gotten home and gone into his house when the suspect pushed open the door and began asking for "Tiffany." When the resident said he didn't know Tiffany, the suspect said he wasn't leaving until the resident called Tiffany, Rego said.
He said the resident pushed the suspect out and tried to close the door when the suspect picked up a beer bottle and threw it at the resident, causing a 2-inch laceration to the left side of his face. The resident's girlfriend called police while the man wrestled with the suspect, Rego said.
Man accused of burglarizing home
A 35-year-old man was charged with burglarizing the residence of his former girlfriend last month, police said.
Bail was set at $1,000 for Barnabas Kahuhu, who was charged with first-degree burglary.
An all-points bulletin had been issued for Kahuhu before he was arrested Saturday morning for shoplifting at Walmart, police said. He was released on his own recognizance on a charge of fourth-degree theft in that case.
The burglary occurred at about 8:20 p.m. Feb. 8 while Kahuhu's former girlfriend and the owner of the home were asleep and heard glass shattering, police said. The woman recognized Kahuhu's voice, police said.
Man accused of assault on woman
A Kahului man was arrested for assaulting his girlfriend, who suffered a broken jaw when she was punched Saturday night, police said.
Bail was set at $7,000 for Larry Tadeo, 35, on charges of abuse and second-degree assault.
He was arrested after patrol officers responded to a report of a woman screaming for help at 8:40 p.m. at a residence on Kea Street in Kahului, said Lt. Jayson Rego of the Criminal Investigation Division.
At the home, he said, officers found the victim on the floor and bleeding from her mouth. Tadeo was seen leaving a bathroom with blood on his hands, Rego said.
Both Tadeo and the woman were intoxicated and had gotten into an argument that turned physical, with Tadeo punching the woman in her jaw, Rego said.
She was taken to the hospital for treatment.
Makawao man charged in damage
Bail was set at $5,000 for a Makawao man who shattered the glass window of a vehicle during a confrontation Friday night in a Makawao parking lot, police said.
Shelden Spencer, 18, was charged with first-degree criminal property damage.
He was arrested after police were called to Stopwatch Sportsbar & Grill on Makawao Avenue at 9:45 p.m. Police said Spencer approached four juveniles in a vehicle and got into a confrontation with them.
Spencer struck the rear driver's side door with his elbow, causing glass to shatter onto the back-seat passenger, police said. Damage was estimated at $150.
Homelessness topic at brown bag event
Homelessness on Maui will be topic of today's Mental Health America Maui County Branch monthly brown bag lecture from noon to 1:30 p.m.
There will a panel, including officials from the Family Life Center, Mental Health Kokua, Catholic Charities and the Veterans Affairs Department.
The topic is "The Ground Floor of Services for the Unsheltered Homeless on Maui."
The meeting will be held in the Maui Economic Opportunity's Classroom No. 1 in Wailuku.
Certificates of attendance will be available.
MHA sponsors a different Brown Bag topic each month. For more information, go to the website brownbag.mauimen talhealth.org.