Hawaii Marine accused of fatally stabbing wife on freeway is indicted on murder charges
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - An Oahu grand jury has indicted the Hawaii Marine accused of fatally stabbing his estranged wife on the H-3 Freeway with second-degree murder.
Sgt. Bryant Tejeda-Castillo, 29, remains behind bars on $1 million.
Court documents say 27-year-old Dana Alotaibi had stab wounds to her neck, chest, and left temple.
She also lacerations to her wrist, hands, and thigh.
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Friends and relatives say Alotaibi had described the relationship with her husband as abusive, and said she was attempting to get a divorce. They also said she was pregnant at the time of her death.
Authorities say the weapon used in the attack last week was a Gerber pocket knife.
Police caught Castillo in the bushes nearby with self-inflicted wounds and he was taken to the hospital.
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