A 19-year-old man has been charged in reference to the capturing loss of life of a longtime rival throughout a failed theft on Round Top Drive early Friday.
Nainoa M.Ok. Damon was charged at 1:55 p.m. with second diploma homicide, two counts of carrying a firearm in fee of separate felony, a firearms offense, first-degree terroristic threatening, and first diploma theft with a harmful instrument and threatened power.
Damon’s bail is about at $1 million. If convicted of homicide, he faces life in jail.
On Saturday, after his mom, a Honolulu police sergeant, urged him to give up, Damon turned himself in on the Wahiawa Police Station. Damon is charged with capturing and killing Haaheo Kolona, an 18-year-old highschool senior, at a scenic lookout on Round Top Drive in Tantalus.
Kolona allegedly pulled a gun on Damon after Damon tried to rob Kolona’s good friend by placing a gun to his head at about 2 a.m. Friday, in keeping with police.
Damon allegedly shot Kolona within the stomach earlier than fleeing the scene with one other man in a 1998 Toyota Camry. Kolona was taken to a hospital by an individual on the scene, the place he was pronounced lifeless.
Damon was arrested Saturday at 2:10 p.m. on suspicion of second-degree homicide.