HONOLULU (AP) - Three sailors are scheduled for arraignment Monday for their roles in the attack of a Tennessee dental student in Waikiki.
Skylar Dudley and Derrick Martin, both 19, were charged with second-degree assault and are being held on $35,000 bail each at Oahu Community Correctional Center, said Jim Fulton, spokesman for the prosecutor's office.
Edward Robinson, 27, was released after posting $35,000 bail, Fulton said. All three are assigned to a Naval air squadron at the Kaneohe Marine Corps Base in Windward Oahu.
Jose L. Montoya, a student at the University of Tennessee dental school, was walking in Waikiki in the early morning hours of March 13 when he was attacked by the suspects, according to a police report.
Montoya, who was in Honolulu for a dental conference, was knocked unconscious and his head hit the pavement, the police report said. The attack continued after he was down and unconscious.
Three sailors arraigned for attack on UT student
Published: Thu Mar 25, 2004 | Modified: Sat Aug 06, 2005 05:58 p.m.