Teddy Munet goes to courtUPDATED 11:20 PM HST Jun 19, 2013Video Transcript
Teddy Munet isn't running away this time. Instead, he appeared in front of a judge and pleaded guilty to two charges of 2nd degree robbery and escape. RODNEY VEARY PROSECUTOR: 00:46 a lot of eyewitness identification. Escape case you're in custoday escape when you leave, that was pretty much established," Munet ran from O-triple-C prison guards the morning of February 20th, while being transported to court for his pre- trial hearing on charges that he allegedly murdered William Fallau in 2012. A 12-hour long manhunt ensued before police captured Munet several blocks away from the courthouse in Kakaako. 01:32 teddy wanted to accept responsible for what he is responsible for didn;'t want to cost tax payers additional time and expense by contesting this case," Munet faces a maximum 30 years in prison when he's sentenced in September. His murder trial begins in October. Last July, hikers found Fallau's body at Kawainui State Park. The 29-year-old was shot in the back of the neck execution style according to police. 02:32 in murder case he's not guilyt hopefully get to show that to the jury if this goes to trial," On the day he escaped, Munet's feet were NOT schackled. Deputies later admitted they did not follow proper procedures. Munet also faces gun and drug charges in addition to 2nd degree murder.