Hawaii man accused of cyberstalking a Utah family chooses to stay in Hawaii until trial begins
A Hawaii man accused of cyberstalking a family in Utah is choosing to stay in Hawaii until his trial.
According to federal court documents, 44-year-old Loren Okamura waived his right to a detention hearing in Hawaii.
Okamoto will wait for his trial to begin in Utah. He was indicted last month and accused of sending unwanted services like food deliveries, plumbers and even prostitutes to the family's home.
Okamoto is being held without bail.