HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The man accused of firing a gun toward another man in Leilani Estates during the Kilauea Eruption appeared in court Monday.
John Hubbard pleaded not-guilty to federal firearms charges stemming from the incident in May.
Witness video allegedly caught Hubbard in a heated confrontation with a Puna resident on May 29, when Kilauea was highly active, evacuations were being ordered and tensions ran high.
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After the incident, Hubbard faced 11 charges total ranging from first-degree reckless endangering, first-degree terroristic threatening, first-degree robbery and firearms offenses.
The 61-year-old's trial is now set for November. A mental health evaluation is also pending.
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