Family members have identified the victim killed in a deadly shooting in Waikiki over the weekend as Maleko Remlinger, 22. “The family of the deceased is grieving the tragic and incomprehensible loss of the beloved Maleko Remlinger,” said his older sister Jocelyn Farrar. She said Remlinger is the youngest of six siblings and his parents are “in disbelief and experiencing unimaginable grief and loss.”Remlinger was a Keaau High school graduate with no criminal record.
Maui resident Vernon Patao said the pigs started popping up in the Waiolani Mauka neighborhood about three months ago, after getting loose from a farm in Waikapu. At first, he said it was only a couple and it was cute. But now, he said, it's a complete mess. "A few people are asking, 'What are the laws with pigs that are doing damage, what can we do?'" he said. Patao said he saw as many 14 in one yard recently. The property managers in the community said one looked like it weighed about 400 pounds.
Maui resident Vernon Patao said the pigs starting popping up in his neighborhood about three months ago. At first he said it was only a couple and it was cute. But now he said it's a complete mess. "They hanging out, chewing up some of the neighbors’ sprinklers, drinking the water, eating the foliage, digging up the grass," Patao said. Patao said the herd got loose from a farm in Waikapu and have settled in around the homes in Waiolani Mauka and are tearing up yards.
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