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Third homeless man murdered on Oahu in 6-weeks

Police investigate homeless-man's stabbing death
Police investigate homeless-man's stabbing death

An unidentified homeless man suffered multiple stab wounds from an unknown assailant, in Kailua, Hawaii.

According to a Jan. 14, report by Hawaii News Now, Honolulu Police responded at around 11:45 p.m., arriving at the scene on Uluniu Street. The victim is thought to be in his 50's and sought shelter nightly in a crawl space underneath a stairwell.

The homeless man received medical treatment but later died of his wounds, police said. Witnesses to the stabbing gave police a description of the killer, who reportedly fled the scene by foot. The police have no motive in the ongoing investigation.

Another homeless victim Anthony Montero, also known as Paul A. Manner, 62, was beaten to death on Dec. 27, 2013, by a group of teenagers. A 16-year-old boy was arrested for suspicion of second-degree-murder.

Homeless victim Mamerto "Eddie" Semana, 83, died Dec. 5. He was found unconscious in Chinatown with head injuries a day earlier. An 18-year-old, R.J. Marsolo was charged with second-degree murder and third-degree assault.