HILO, Hawaii – UPDATE: May 12, 2014 – Police have charged a 46-year-old Paul Gibson of Ocean View with attempted murder and other offenses in connection with a stabbing Saturday afternoon in Keaukaha.
Police issued details in a Monday media release.
At 2:10 p.m. Monday (May 12), after conferring with prosecutors, detectives charged 46-year-old Paul Gibson of Ocean View with attempted second-degree murder, third-degree assault, two counts of terroristic threatening, five firearms offenses, resisting an order to stop and failure to provide a DNA sample.
His bail was set at $374,000. He remains at the Hilo police cellblock pending his initial court appearance scheduled for Tuesday (May 13).Hawaii County Police
May 11, 2014 – An Ocean View man has been arrested for attempted murder following an alleged stabbing in Keaukaha Saturday afternoon.
South Hilo Patrol officers responded to a report of a stabbing off Keaukaha Road near 4-Mile Beach Park at 2:15 p.m. Police described the situation in a media release.
When officers arrived, they learned that a 41-year-old Hilo man had sustained multiple stab wounds to the back during an altercation with another man. The victim was en route to the hospital in a private vehicle when the vehicle came upon responding Fire Department rescue personnel, who transported him to Hilo Medical Hospital in critical but stable condition.
The suspect, 46-year-old Paul Gibson of Ocean View was located six minutes later on Laukapu Street in Hilo. He was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and taken to the Hilo police cellblock while detectives from the Area I Criminal Investigations Section continue the investigation.Hawaii County Police
Police ask anyone with information on this case to contact Detective Clarence Davies at 961-2384 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Detective Norbert Serrao at 961-2383 or email@example.com.
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