Kahala car chase ends in crash, shoot out, and arrestUPDATED 7:28 PM HST Jan 24, 2014Video Transcript
and gunshots! Now we learn it'll make one man's rap sheet go from LONG to LONGER... Good evening, I'm Yunji De Nies. And I'm Kenny Choi, in for Paula Akana. KITV4's digging into the history of the man police say was on the run last night. KITV-4's Brenton Awa joining us now with MORE in our TOP story at 6... Kenny -- His name is Nicolas Nakano and he had just gotten out of prison in October but less than two months later -- the paroling authority put out a 100-thousand-dollar warrant out for his arrest after they say he violated his parole. Nicolas Nakano has a long criminal record -- full of felonies for things like kidnapping -- burglary -- ID theft and auto theft. The 32-year-old ADDED TO THAT LIST WHEN HE was arrested last night in Kahala after he allegedly led police on a car chase in the area. This was the scene at Moho and Maka-iwa street just after cops say Nakano noticed undercover officers were watching him. Police say Nakano tried to get away in this white Honda but ended up crashing the car he was driving into another car and flipping over. That's when he allegedly took off on foot. Officers caught up to him and we're told Nakano pulled out a gun and shot at them. Witnesses in the area took cover.. SOT Nobody was hit. Nakano was then arrested on three counts of attempted murder and several firearms charges among others. This past December -- the Paroling authority put out a 100-thousand-dollar warrant for Nakano's arrest after they say he violated his parole by testing positive for drugs and going missing. Nakano had just been released from prison -- less than two months prior. There's MORE history here.. After serving eight years in and out of prison from 2002 to February of 2010 -- Nakano was freed and then went back to prison six months later. At last checked Nakano was still in the hospital -- he was taken there in stable condition last night. He still has another year to serve .... for prior convictions.