Man faces charges in shooting
A 41-year-old Haiku man faces assault and terroristic threatening charges for allegedly aiming a pellet gun at his neighbors and shooting one of them Friday, police said.
John Amoral was released from custody at the Wailuku Police Station over the weekend after posting $2,200 in bail and being charged with two counts of first-degree terroristic threatening and one count of third-degree assault.
Police responded to an 11 a.m. call at a Puuomalei Road residence in Haiku. Witnesses told police that Amoral threatened to shoot two neighbors, a 38-year-old man and a 60-year-old man.
Amoral shot one of the men, who suffered an abrasion but wasn't seriously wounded, police said.
Roadwork to affect traffic
The state Department of Transportation announced lane closures this week on Maui highways.
* Hana Highway in the vicinity of Keanae and the Garden of Eden, a single-lane closure in the eastbound direction between Mileposts 10.4 and 16, from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. through Friday, for slope stabilization work.
* Honoapiilani Highway in Lahaina between Front and Kai Hele Ku streets, lanes have been shifted mauka near Launiupoko Park until repairs are completed on erosion damage to the road shoulder's foundation. (Speed limits are reduced, and motorists should expect delays.)
* Honoapiilani Highway in Kaanapali between Lower Honoapiilani Road and Leialii Parkway, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. through Friday, for utility installations.
* Kahekili Highway, alternating single-lane closures in both directions between Honokohau Bay (Milepost 36) and Papanahoa Gulch (Milepost 42), from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. through Friday, for drainage cleaning. (Traffic will be detoured to a single open lane and allowed through in turns.)
Entries sought for craft fair guide
The Maui News' annual Holiday Craft Fair Guide will be published in the Oct. 20 issue. To be included in the guide, please submit the following information no later than 5 p.m. Oct. 14.
* Name of the event.
* Sponsoring organizations or businesses.
* Date and time.
* A general description of the kinds of items that will be available.
* Admission fee, if any.
* Whether more crafters are being accepted.
* Contact person (first and last name) and contact information (phone and/or email).
* Photos may be submitted for consideration. Email digital images in tif, jpg or eps formats with a minimum resolution of 300 pixels per inch at 6 inches wide for horizontals and 4 inches wide for verticals. Individuals in photos must be identified by first and last name.
Submit the material by mail to The Maui News, Holiday Craft Fair Guide, 100 Mahalani St., Wailuku 96793, by email to email@example.com, or by fax to 242-9087.