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ARCHIVE: Stories about 'Peter Boy' Kema's disappearance

Published: Apr. 4, 2017 at 5:07 PM HST|Updated: Apr. 5, 2017 at 2:10 PM HST
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The trial against Peter Kema, Sr., accused in the death of his son "Peter Boy," was delayed again earlier this year.

In a major breakthrough in one of Hawaii's most well-known unsolved murder cases, "Peter Boy" Kema's mother pleads guilty to manslaughter in the 1997 death of her son.

It's the break investigators working the "Peter Boy" Kema case waited 19 years for: The boy's mother decided to cooperate with investigators.

On what would have been "Peter Boy" Kema's 25th birthday, his brother and sister gathered for a small memorial at Old A's Beach in Kona to pay their respects. Only Hawaii News Now was there.

The parents of "Peter Boy" Kema, Jr. are indicted for the 1997 death of their 6-year-old son, a major breakthrough in one of Hawaii's most well-known unsolved murder cases.

Lina Acol, "Peter Boy" Kema's sister, makes a final plea to her mom: "This is your last chance to actually say something. Say something now."

Peter Boy Kema's sister, was only 4 years old when her brother disappeared. She's now 21, and ready to talk about what happened the last time she saw Peter Boy.

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