HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A man accused of killing a Honolulu police officer in a fiery car crash in 2012 was arrested Friday. A grand jury indicted Scott Frederick Ebert, 41, for manslaughter in the death of 28-year-old Officer Garret Davis.
Ebert had been arrested for negligent homicide, then released pending investigation at the time.
Back then, Davis' family was pushing for a new law, requiring drivers to move over to keep one lane between them and stopped emergency vehicles.
"Amanda and her mom would like to see the suspect face justice and that would bring if not closure, some sort of resolution," Davis' brother-in-law, Isaac Stevens said.
Shortly after the crash, Ebert told Hawaii News Now that he had not been drinking or taking drugs.
Ebert is now out on $100,000 bail.