Woman arrested in assault on husband
A Kahului woman was arrested for assaulting her husband, who reported being struck on the side of his head with a metal weight during an argument Monday night, police said.
Tatum Delos Reyes-Iniba, 26, was released after posting $2,000 bail on charges of second-degree assault and abuse.
She was arrested after Wailuku patrol officers responded to a report of abuse occurring at the couple's residence, said Lt. Jayson Rego of the Criminal Investigation Division.
Delos Reyes-Iniba's husband reported that the couple had argued, and she began picking up items and throwing them at him, Rego said. The husband suffered bruising and pain to the side of his head when he was struck with a U-shaped metal weight.
Flags lowered for peace officers
Gov. Neil Abercrombie has ordered Hawaii flags to be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset today in recognition of Peace Officers Memorial Day.
"The people of Hawaii will join the nation in recognizing all state, county and federal law enforcement officers who protect our daily lives, often putting their own safety and well-being at risk," Abercrombie said in an announcement. "Together with Police Week, this observance also serves as a reminder of the importance of every citizen doing his or her part, remaining vigilant against all forms of crime and acts of violence and working with law officials in this shared responsibility toward a safe society."
McKelvey, Baker will host meeting
West and South Maui Sen. Roz Baker and West Maui Rep. Angus McKelvey will host an end-of-session town meeting for constituents at 6 p.m. Monday at the Lahaina Senior Center.
The lawmakers will recap the Legislature's session, which ended May 2, and discuss priorities for future legislation.
"This is a great opportunity to share your views and learn more about how to get involved in the legislative process," the lawmakers said in an announcement.
The senior center is at 788 Pauoa St. in Lahaina.
Park restroom to close for work
The Kamaole I Beach Park restroom in South Maui will be closed for renovations from June 4 to 25, the Department of Parks and Recreation said Tuesday.
Portable toilets will be available on the site.
For more information, call the Department of Parks and Recreation's South Maui District at 879-4364.