Man Accused of Second-Degree Murder Granted Supervised Release
A man charged with second-degree murder was granted supervised release during his initial appearance in Kona District Court.
James Bonham, 66, was taken into custody. on April 28 following a shooting incident in Captain Cook that left a 45-year-old man dead. Bonham was officially charged on April 30 and was held on $50,000 bail.
During the 66-year-old’s initial court appearance today, District Court Judge Margaret Masunaga granted supervised release over the prosecutor’s objection. A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for June 30.
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