Four Arrested in Connection With 2015 Murder of Hōlualoa Man
The Hawai‘i Police Department has arrested four individuals for the murder of a 71-year-old Hōlualoa man from August 2015.
An autopsy determined that Dolores Borja Valle died from sharp and blunt force trauma to the head. HPD had ruled his death as a homicide.
Stemming from an ongoing investigation that began with finding Valle in a coffee field in the Captain Cook area of Kona, Area II Criminal Investigation Section detectives arrested on June 26, 2017, the following individuals for Murder II, and Accomplice to Murder II:
- Eber Miranda-Garcia, M-27 of Hōlualoa
- Marlon Miranda-Garcia, M-24, of Hōlualoa
- Jessilyn Lokelani Hoohuli, F-32, of Hōlualoa
A fourth arrest was made on June 27, 2017:
- Himer Miranda-Garcia, M-35, of Hōlualoa
The arrests were a result of an extensive investigation, which included the recent receiving of DNA results. The three male parties arrested are brothers.
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