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Details on Maui Standoff; Candidates Fined Over Spending Reports; Vickers Remembered with Proclamation
•Neighbors---including a dozen children---were evacuated to a Red Cross shelter while police continued to talk to a 22-year-old fugitive barricaded in a house on Opukea Street in Kahului. One man who left the house was taken into custody. For The Maui News, Ron Youngblood reports.
•The state Campaign Spending Commission has fined a former Maui Council member $2,750. It also gave Bill Medeiros six weeks to file five campaign spending reports. For The Maui News, Ron Youngblood reports.
•Fallen sailor Kraig Vickers would say a mayoral proclamation should be for all vets, whether or not they made the ultimate sacrifice, Vickers' father said yesterday. Robert Vickers spoke while his daughter-in-law and two other sons waited to bring Kraig Vickers home from Delaware. For The Maui News, Ron Youngblood reports.