Man, 29, indicted in connection with Kailua murder

 UPDATED 1:23 PM HST Jul 31, 2012

29-year-old Teddy Munet was indicted Tuesday by a grand jury in connection with a murder case in Kailua.

Munet was indicted on charges including murder in the second degree.  He was also indicted on firearms and drug violations.

In court documents, a witness said that Munet pulled a pistol from his pocket and shot 29-year-old William Fallau in the back of the neck.

The witness said Munet then licked Fallau's blood off his hands and with an "evil look" said, "This is what Billy Fallau's blood tastes like."

Fallau's body was found near a trail at the Kawainui State Park Reserve on July 19.

Fallau's family said Munet was a friend and had been living with them for the last six months.  Charles Fallau, the victim's father, said he even had dinner with Munet the night their son died.

Bail was reduced from $2 million to $1 million.

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