Son of new HPD chief makes first court appearance in connection with assault charges
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The son of HPD’s new Chief Arthur “Joe” Logan appeared in court on Tuesday in connection with assault charges, officials said.
According to police, Zane Logan was accused of attacking a man with a hand tool at Ala Moana Beach Park last month.
Logan’s attorney asked for a bail reduction but prosecutors brought up his extensive criminal history.
Logan has 27 arrests, 3 convictions, and 13 contests on his record, prosecutors said.
In court, officials said the 36-year-old waived his right to a jury trial. Instead, he’ll appear for a bench trial on June 24.
Logan is being held on $1,000 bail.
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