Honolulu police to increase presence in Waikiki

Louis Erteschik, a 27-year Waikiki resident, said he has always believed that the state’s top tourist district is generally safe.

But Erteschik acknowledged that public perception — including his own — has degraded following several high-profile violent crimes:

>> Maleko “Mac” Remlinger, 22, was killed Sept. 16 and two others injured when a man with a rifle shot into a crowd outside Club Alley Cat.

>> Police opened an attempted second-degree murder investigation after a 21-year-old Schofield Barracks soldier sustained multiple stab wounds and blunt trauma to his head following an attack involving a baseball bat Oct. 6 at Kalakaua Avenue and Lewers Street.

>> A Canadian woman was punched and stabbed with…

Original published: 2017-10-16 10:05:00 Read the full Hawaii News here


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