There was violence over the Christmas holiday. Instead of showing goodwill toward others, suspects are now on the run from police. 

Many knew Stevie Feliciano as a hard hitting football player for Moanalua High School who was full of life. But according to family and friends over social media, Feliciano is clinging to life support in intensive care at the hospital.

The result of a shooting Christmas evening at Ala Moana Center.
"The suspects and victim got into an argument at the Ala Moana parking structure, even though the center was closed. The two groups got into a fight," said Sgt. Kim Buffett, with HPD CrimeStoppers.

In the group of suspects was Dae Han Moon, who is now wanted by police for attempted murder.

"Moon was seen going to his car, retrieving a handgun and shooting the victim," said Buffett.

When paramedics arrived, they found the 20-year-old victim had been shot in the back of the head.

This is not the first firearm incident for Moon. In fact, he was supposed to make a court appearance for a firearms felony earlier this month but did not show up for his initial plea. This means he has been wanted by police for weeks.

"Please don't approach him as he is considered armed and dangerous. If you do see him, immediately call 911," said Buffett.

While police have a suspect in that case, they are still investigating another shooting that happened in Kakaako early Saturday morning.

"I was lying in bed and heard five shots that woke me up that morning. I was thinking it was a car backfiring, but then I saw police I knew it was something serious," said Kakaako resident Shawn Saito.

A 39-year-old man was shot in the leg and taken to the hospital.

The Saturday morning shooting took place just outside of Club Sun, a regular source of arguments and violence early in the morning, according to nearby business owners and residents.

"I was definitely surprised about the shooting, but not the violence that happens here," added Saito. "We hear arguing in the back streets all the time, so it was bound to happen at some point."