Added: Shikha Laforce - Date: 20.02.2022 19:11 - Views: 18340 - Clicks: 9129
Saturday, Oct. A judge last week acquitted a former Kona resident of felony sexual assault charges stemming from incidents that occurred against a minor more than a decade ago. Brenda Olione, who now resides in Washington, was found not guilty Thursday of two counts first-degree sexual assault following a day-long bench trial Sept. The indictment alleged intercourse and oral sex occurred between approximately Aug.
According to Big Island police, Olione resided on Oahu at the time the investigation began and the Honolulu Police Department assisted in the investigation. Had Olione been convicted of first-degree sexual assault, she could have faced up to 20 years imprisonment with the Hawaii Paroling Authority ultimately determining the minimum term that must be served before parole eligibility. Get the latest updates about the coronavirus outbreak — it's FREE! Hawaii News. Share this story.
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Kailua-Kona man charged with sexual assault, drug offenses