The U.S. Marshals Service and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives have both joined the FBI in offering financial rewards to anyone providing information leading to the arrest and capture of the man suspected of murdering Hawaii County Police Officer Bronson Kaliloa during a traffic stop on Tuesday.
The Marshals Service and the ATF have each offered $10,000, matching the reward announced by the FBI.
Police say that Justin Joshua Waiki — who has a long criminal record, with 16 convictions, including three felonies — should be considered armed and dangerous.
Hawaii Governor David Ige has ordered that the U.S. and Hawaii flags be flown at half-staff at the State Capitol, all state offices and agencies, and at Hawaii National Guard locations until sunset Friday, according to the Star Advertiser. Flags will also be lowered on the day of Kaliloa’s memorial service, which have yet to be announced.
The manhunt for Waiki continues.