Police reopen access to Kee Beach


Police reopen access to Kee Beach

KALALAU, Hawaii (AP) — Vehicles are being allowed entrance to Kee Beach, but the trailhead remains closed after a woman from Japan was pushed from a cliff on Kauai.

Police say the search for suspect Justin Wynn Klein continues. Police want to question him in connection with a 31-year-old tourist being thrown from a cliff near Kalalau Beach on Sunday afternoon. The victim fell roughly 15 feet and was seriously injured.

The Garden Island (http://is.gd/yxjjxW) reports that her condition has been upgraded from critical to stable.

Klein is described as white, 6-foot-1 inches tall, with a Mohawk haircut and a tribal band tattoo on his left arm. Police say his last known address is in Kilauea.

The Na Pali Coast State Wilderness Park and Haena State Park remain closed.

 

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