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Second Suspect Arrested In Late Night Shooting

HALEIWA (KHNL) - Police have arrested a second suspect for questioning in connection with Monday night's drive by shooting in Kaneohe.

The second suspect was arrested near Waimea Bay after police recieved a tip.  Police are still searching for a third suspect.

Police say the first suspect arrested is 34-year-old William Lee Freeman of Honolulu.

Freeman was caught in the back of Jameson's By The Sea in Haleiwa.  The suspects' vehicle was recovered in the Jameson's parking lot.  Police say they also recovered weapons from the car.

The men are suspected to be involved in a fatal shooting on Kaneohe Bay Drive near Namoku Street at about 10 o'clock Monday night.

According to Emergency Medical Services, the victim is a male in his 20s.  He suffered multiple gun shot wounds and was taken to Castle Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.

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