Family of missing Oahu teen makes public plea
Despite the fact that the owner's name, Lt. Ed Coe, was inscribed on the scabbard, Gonzales wasn't even sure if it was real or not.
A Honolulu jewelry store owner found out the sword he bought two years ago is a 150-year-old piece of history from the Civil War!
Click here to see photos of the sword.
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Police captured one of Kauai's most-wanted fugitives in Kilauea Wednesday night, following a week-long search.
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