Twenty-seven-year-old Charli Scott goes missing. The mother-to-be was five months pregnant when she was last seen driving along Maui’s Hana Highway. Steven Capobianco, her ex-boyfriend and father of the unborn child, was the last person to see her before she vanished.
Late last year, Capobianco was convicted for second-degree murder and arson of her car.
Twelve-year-old Jiezhao Li is last seen going door-to-door in Nuuanu selling Zippy’s chili tickets for a class trip. Thousands of volunteers search for the Royal Elementary School fourth grader, but decades later, there are still no leads in the case.
Li’s mother still holds out hope that she will be found and has kept the same phone number, awaiting any news on her daughter.
Matthew Higa is found guilty of murder for throwing a toddler off an H-1 freeway overpass two years earlier. Cyrus Belt was just 23 months old.Prosecutors had pointed out that Higa, who was the toddler’s neighbor, was a user of crystal methamphetamine. He is later sentenced to a minimum of 200 years in prison.