After 7 p.m. along Waimanu Street police and sheriff's deputies captured Munet . A couple had recognized him and called 911.
After officers converged on the street and the suspect, David Schmidt saw the activity taking place 27 stories below his apartment.
"There were flashing lights everywhere. I would guess there were six-to-seven police cars and a number of officers, as well as a lineup of cars trying to get into the building," said Schmidt.
Munet was immediately taken to the police cellblock where he will face additional charges of escape and attempted carjacking.
While Honolulu police officers investigate Munet's latest crime spree, public safety officials will investigate why the man accused of murder showed up to court in street clothes and without leg chains.