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Marine accused of killing wife on freeway pleads not liable, held in jail on $1 million bond

The Marine accused of killing his wife close to the H-3 freeway in Hawaii has pleaded not liable, in accordance with Hawaii News Now.

Bryant Tejeda-Castillo, formally serving with Another MarineLittoral Regiment on Marine Corps Base Hawaii, has been charged with second-degree murder.

Tejeda-Castillo allegedly stabbed his wife, 27-year-oldDana Alotaibi, on July 20. Honolulu police say witnesses saw a guy standing over a female privately of the H-3 freeway at around 6 p.m. near Kapaa Quarry Road in Kailua.

Bryant Tejeda-Castillo in his dress bravos.
In Hawaii, second-degree murder may bring the opportunity of life imprisonment with the chance of parole if convicted.
Dana Alotaibi/Facebook

After witnesses found aid from a dying Alotaibi, Tejeda-Castillo fled right into a nearby wooded area, where police could actually detain him after he cut himself with a pocketknife.

Tejeda-Castillo was denied a bail reduction and has been held in jail on $1 million bond, in accordance with official records obtained by Hawaii News Now.

His trial is defined to begin with in October of the year.

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