According to the Honolulu Police Department, reported that officers responded to the resident of Kunia Village who were required to flee from their home as a result of fire out break in the area. According to the Honolulu Fire Department, a brush fire is consuming the whole of Road, the Honolulu Fire fighters team are seriously battling with the heavy fire to put an end to it, before it consume the whole of Kunia village, thereby sending villagers way from their respective homes and making them homeless. According to the authorities, the residents of Kunia village were been relocated by the authorities to a safer location as a safety precaution demands. According to hawaiinewsnow.com.
Preliminary investigations states that an eye witnesses told the authorities that the fire has gone wild and has already grown to almost covering five acres of land measurement and has gone extremely closer to the resident of Kunia village. According to the authorities, it was reported that crews are already on their way heading to the location.
Kunia Camp ( also know as Kunia village) it is an unincorporated community on the island of Oahu in Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States. It is currently situated along the Hawaii Route 750 northwest of downtown Honolulu, the county seat of Honolulu. According to report, the neighborhood served as a plantation village for a Del Monte pineapple plantation. The plantation closed in 2006, and the community’s land was given to the Hawaii Agriculture Research Center two years later, allowing residents to keep their leases. In 2014, the community was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
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The Honolulu apprehend a man for allegedly lunging an office with a screwdriver.
According to the Honolulu police department, reported that a man was tased by a police officer after he allegedly lunged at the officer with a screwdriver. The authorities reported that the incident took place on Monday afternoon at about 2:45 p.m., along Farrington Highway in Waianae. The identity of the suspect suspect was released by the authorities as 29-year-old Satoa Kaleuati. Sataoa Kaleuati, 29 was last seen in a car that was initially reported to be a stolen car, according to the Honolulu authorities. According to the Honolulu police authorities, after being confronted by the officer at the scene, Satoa Kaleuati allegedly lunged toward the responding officer at the scene.
He was charged with multiple charges, which includes terroristic threatening and resisting arrest. The suspect Satoa Kaleuati was released from the police custody, following further investigation.
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