03-07-18 Ocean View shooting incident

Hawaiʻi Police Department
Criminal Investigation Section, Area II
Lieutenant Sherry D. Bird
Phone: (808) 326-4646 ext. 266
Report No. C18006804



Media Release

Hawaiʻi Police are investigating an incident that took place in the Hawaiian Ocean View Estates at residences in the 92-2100 block of Aloha Boulevard.

On Monday (March 5) evening, at approximately 10:30 p.m., Kaʻū Patrol officers responded to a report of two individuals who each sustained gunshot wounds. Upon arrival, officers learned that while walking on a private driveway in the 92-2100 block of Aloha Boulevard, a 32-year old male sustained a gunshot wound to his  right leg. Upon learning of the first gunshot victim, a 31-year-old male contacted 64-year-old Albert Walter Todd III, on a property, also located in the 92-2100 block of Aloha Boulevard. While on Todd’s property, the 31-year-male sustained a gunshot wound to his left foot. Both victims, of Hawaiian Ocean View Estates, were treated on scene by Hawaii Fire Department medic personnel and transported to the Kona Community Hospital for further treatment. Both victims were last reported to be in stable condition.

Detectives with the Area II Criminal Investigation Section responded to the scene and continued this investigation.

On Tuesday (March 6), at approximately 2:15 p.m., detectives executed a search warrant at a residence in the 92-2100 block of Aloha Boulevard and located Todd who was taken into custody with no incident.

Todd was transported to the Kealakehe Police Station where he remains held as detectives continue this investigation which has been classified as an Assault in the First Degree and Assault in the Second Degree.

Anyone with information about this investigation is encouraged to contact Area II Criminal Investigation Section Detective Pernell Hanoa, via email at Pernell.Hanoa@hawaiicounty.gov, or at (808)326-4646 ext. 281.

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