KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii (AP) - A judge is ordering mental health treatment for a Big Island man acquitted of charges in a Kailua-Kona shooting.
West Hawaii Today reports Raymond Lee Robinson was acquitted this week of 10 charges in the April 5 rampage in the parking lot of King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel.
Robinson was accused of firing 28 rounds from a rifle and two handguns into the air.
The case was heard in a stipulated facts trial before a judge.
Judge Ronald Ibarra's ruling orders Robinson's release on the condition that he receives psychiatric care and treatment. He must also live in a group or care home.