Police make arrests in 2 separate hit-and-run crashes on Oahu
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Arrests have been made in two separate hit-and-run crashes on Oahu involving a vehicle and a moped, Honolulu police said.
Police arrested 45-year-old Paul Inman on Thursday for a crash that happened Monday at the intersection of Kapiolani Boulevard and Pumehana Street.
Police said Inman was driving a Ford pickup truck when he crashed into a moped and fled the scene.
The 19-year-old operator of the moped and her 19-year-old female passenger were hospitalized in serious condition following the crash, authorities said.
Inman has been released pending investigation.
Also on Thursday, police arrested 42-year-old Makahiapo Burgess after a crash in Moiliili.
Police said around 7:40 p.m., a truck hit a moped that had just entered South King Street from a driveway.
The 56-year-old moped operator was ejected onto the pavement and suffered serious injuries in the crash.
Authorities said Burgess fled the scene but was located a short time later.
He remains in custody pending charges.
Meanwhile, the search continues for the driver involved in a hit-and-run crash that hospitalized a 14-year-old boy near Hawaii Baptist Academy on Wednesday.
The HBA student was walking to school in Nuuanu when he was hit.
Police are looking for the female driver of a red Nissan Versa, which should have significant front-end damage.
The victim suffered major injuries to his head, torso and arms.
Anyone who has further information is asked to call 911.
This story will be updated.
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