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A fight inside a vehicle leads to one man's death

MAKIKI, Oahu (KHNL) - Honolulu detectives want to know how a fight inside a car led to a man's murder. An Oahu senior, accused of stabbing another man, could be charged with second degree murder.

Thursday night police arrested 63-year old Joe Allen near Cartwright Baseball Field in Makiki.

Investigators say Allen and a man in his 40's were fighting in a car.

Inside the parked vehicle officers found the victim bleeding from multiple stab wounds. A search for the missing suspect began.

"A witness followed the suspect and patrol that was making checks of the area for the suspect,"said Honolulu Police Major Alan Bluemkel.

The witness then flagged down police when he found the suspect hiding.

Along with the suspect, police also found a folding pocketknife at the scene.

The victim died from his injuries.

 

 

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