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Saturday, Oct. Three of four individuals originally accused of the alleged abduction and sexual assault of a woman late last month in Puna were indicted by a Hilo grand jury in connection with the incident. A count indictment filed June 20 charges year-old Kahiwaokalani Recca Hodson of Keaau, also known as Kahiwa Hodson, with being an accomplice to first-degree sexual assault and second-degree assault, plus kidnapping, second-degree assault, first-degree terroristic threatening, second-degree promotion of a dangerous drug, fourth-degree promotion of a harmful drug, marijuana possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A six-count indictment charges year-old Joanna Lei Kawelo of Pahoa with being an accomplice to first-degree sexual assault and first-degree terroristic threatening, plus kidnapping, first-degree assault and two counts of second-degree assault. And another six-count indictment charges year-old Misty Kamelamela of Keaau with being an accomplice to kidnapping and first-degree terroristic threatening, plus second-degree promotion of a dangerous drug, fourth-degree promotion of a harmful drug, marijuana possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to police, a year-old woman being treated at Hilo Medical Center reported May 31 that she was abducted and kept for several days at a home in Hawaiian Paradise Park. The woman alleged she was beaten, sexually assaulted and threatened with a firearm while at the home. A year-old Waimea man, Joel Hanalei White, ly was charged with first-degree sexual assault and kidnapping in connection with the case.
The dismissal was without prejudice, which means charges can be refiled. The two most severe charges, first-degree sexual assault and kidnapping, are Class A felonies that carry a maximum prison term of 20 years upon conviction. First-degree assault and second-degree promotion of a dangerous drug are Class B felonies that carry a potential year prison term.
First-degree terroristic threatening and third-degree promotion of a dangerous drug are C felonies punishable by up to five years in prison. A conviction of being an accomplice to any act carries the same potential penalties as actually committing the act itself.
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