Car fires strike environmental watchdogUPDATED 7:07 AM HST Jul 03, 2014Video Transcript
Less than two months after Carroll cox said he was jumped with a pipe by two men in Kalaeloa -- the environmental watchdog says criminals threatened him again. This time at his own house late last night. KITV4's Brenton Awa has the latest from Mililani. Brenton? We're out here on paionia street. This is the neighborhood carrol lives in... That's his house and if you look behind us ... Those are burnt cars sitting in his driveway. Carroll tells us around 11 last night he heard a loud booming noise that shook his house. He says he came outside, saw a car speeding away and then noticed that two of his cars were on fire. Along with the help of his neighbors, Carroll says they were able to put the fires out before any flames hit his house. 2036 - 2101 "I KNOW THAT IT WAS ITENTIONALLY SET AND I WOULD SAY THAT IT WAS A FIRE BOMB OF SOME SORT BECAUSE OF THE LARGE BANG OR THE BOOM AND IT WAS DEFINITELY SOMETHING THAT ACCELERATED IT BECAUSE TWO FLARES AND THAT METHOD IN MY EXPERIENCE SEEING THAT AND HEARING THAT AND THE WAY IT WAS, IT WAS AS IF SOMETHING WAS RUNNING DOWN INTO THE ENGINE, IN THE HOUSING OF THE HOOD." Carroll found a couple of burnt flares in his driveway a little later. He thinks the people behind this are connected with the people who beat him up back in may. He also believes those people were out to burn his house down. However Carroll says these events will not stop him from investigating.