Accused pet pig killer's arraignment continued

By Minna Sugimoto - bio | email

HONOLULU (KHNL) - An Oahu judge on Tuesday rescheduled the arraignment for a hunter suspected of killing a pet pig.

Randall Kaulahea is now charged with second-degree animal cruelty, a misdemeanor. Prosecutors originally charged him with hunting on private land, which is also a misdemeanor.

Kaulahea is accused of fatally stabbing Keller, a blind pig at an animal sanctuary in Hawaii Kai.

His arraignment is now set for June 17th.