The 911 calls that were recorded during a 17-minute shooting spree early June 3 have been released to the public. The calls were captured on four tapes turned over to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser as a result of its lawsuit for the release of 911 calls and police dispatch tapes of what police have described as a random shooting rampage that ended on the H-1 freeway in Aiea.
Toby Stangel has been charged as the shooter and is being held in lieu of $5 million bail while awaiting trial on charges of murder, attempted murder and related counts.
The links to the recorded calls are below. The Star Advertiser is the publication that has these recordings, and the links to the recordings will send you to recordings that they posted.