UPDATE 9/16:

Wayman Kaua made his initial appearance in court on Monday.

Kaua is charged with attempted murder, terroristic threatening and several firearms charges.

The charges stem from a standoff last Thursday when Honolulu Police responded to a call about shots fired at a home on Apoepoe Street.

According to police when they arrived on the scene, Kaua pointed a gun at them.

Kaua eventually surrendered once police threw non-lethal gas inside the home.

He is expected to appear in court again on Wednesday for a preliminary hearing and is being held on $1 million bail.

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The suspect from the 15-hour stand off with police in Pacific Palisades last week is expected to appear in court on Monday.

Wayman Kaua is charged with attempted murder, terroristic threatening and several firearms charges after Honolulu Police say he pointed a gun at officers and barricaded himself inside a home.

The stand off started last Thursday around 8:40 a.m.

Police responded to a call about shots fired at home on Apoepoe Street in Pacific Palisades.

When police arrived on the scene they say Kaua pointed a gun at them. According to police he then ran into his girlfriend's home and barricaded himself inside for 15 hours.

Several streets in the neighborhood were on lockdown, many neighbors had to evacuate. Kaua eventually surrendered once police threw non-lethal gas inside the home around midnight on Friday.

Kaua is the same man who was involved in the unforgettable 22-hour long Pearl City hostage stand off in 1998. Court records show Kaua held his wife hostage and fired a rifle during that stand off.

He was found guilty of attempted manslaughter and firearms charges and sentenced to life in prison, that sentence was later overturned.

Kaua ended up serving 20 years and was just released last March.