WAIANAE, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) - One of the suspects seen in surveillance video of a terrifying home invasion late last week was arrested over the weekend, Honolulu police said.
Jonah Iona, 27, was arrested after turning himself in to police just after 10 a.m. Sunday morning in Waianae. His involvement in the robbery is under investigation.
The robbery happened at a home on Ala Akau Street late Friday night.
The victims were left shaken after staring down the barrel of a handgun during the robbery.
In the home surveillance video, one of the victims, Toilolo, hears a strange noise. Moments later, the two suspects rush in to the living room with guns drawn.
Toilolo, 29, was with his girlfriend, 31, watching television when the two men violently barged in around 10:30 p.m.
The suspects threatened Toilolo and his girlfriend as the couple's two young daughters slept just upstairs.
"He cocked his gun, and he pointed it right at me, and I felt my heart drop," Toilolo said.
Video shows the couple being hit and punched by the suspects before one of them heads off towards other rooms in the house. The man later emerges with phones, money and various items in hand.
The suspects then flee the scene, but not before yelling, "West side is back in full effect," Toilolo said.
In just two minutes, the frightening ordeal was over.
"I had options running through my head, and nothing seemed too promising you know," Toilolo said.
Toilolo, his girlfriend and their two daughters didn't suffer any major injuries, but were clearly shaken after the encounter.
"I feel like I wasn't able to protect my family the way I should," Toilolo said.
The other suspect, who police have identified as Kaylen Stafford, is still on the run.
His ex-girlfriend -- Sarah Alapai, who's currently in Seattle – told Hawaii News Now she got a call from him on Sunday night, saying he's on the run.
"He needs something, I don't know what he needs, but he needs something," she said, adding that he has a drug problem. "He needs to get caught, pretty much, for what he did."
Alapai said Stafford was on the run before the armed robbery because he violated his parole. He would not tell her his location, only saying he was in the woods.
Toilolo showed Hawaii News Now the locks the suspects broke to enter the home.
The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers at (808) 955-8300.