Four suspects, one of them a juvenile, were arrested Sunday after they allegedly gang-raped a woman on the grounds of the Hawaii State Capitol, KITV.com reported.
The attack reportedly began at a bus stop in Honolulu, where the 43-year-old victim encountered two of the suspects. Police told KITV.com that another adult suspect and a teenage boy joined them and lured the woman to a grassy area near the government buildings, where they allegedly sexually assaulted her.
The reported attackers were later arrested. A sheriff’s deputy apparently witnessed the incident near the Korean War Memorial.
The suspects were identified as Edward Eter, 26, of Honolulu; Turan Sirom, 23, and Makichi Aiwo, 19, of Kalihi, KITV.com reported. The identity of the 16-year-old suspect is not being released because he is a juvenile.