Who is the Carjacking Suspect And How Did the Carjacking Suspect Cause Chaos in Ala Moana?

A man accused of stealing a car and causing a chain-reaction collision in Ala Moana on Sunday night remains in jail Monday afternoon.

The accident shut down most of Kapiolani Boulevard.

Source : Kitv

Travis Coloma, 32, is charged with six counts of vehicular homicide after allegedly fleeing the scene of a six-vehicle accident near the Ke’eaumoku street intersection with Kapiolani boulevard shortly after 7:00 p.m., and then attempting to ram another vehicle before being removed from the vehicle by police officers.

A video of the woman who almost lost her car can be found at the end of this article.

According to police, Coloma has multiple warrants and a long list of traffic offenses that started in 2010.

Ala Moana Neighborhood Board Chair Kathleen Lee said she’s worried that the city isn’t doing enough to get repeat offenders off the street.

Most of these incidents involve repeat offenders, and I bring up the incident at the Kapiolani intersection when our high school student was killed by a repeat offender, so I hope that we as a community work harder to enforce better laws that prevent these types of incidents from happening in the first place,” Lee said.

Source : Kitv

The carjacking occurred in Waikiki, while the Ala Moana incident ended there.

According to Honolulu Crime Maps, there have been several reported car thefts and car break-ins this week alone.

No fatalities were reported in the car accident on Sunday evening. The investigation is still on-going.