A man accused of robbing a woman at gunpoint in Waikiki and using her stolen credit card has been indicted.
An Oahu grand jury indicted Phillip Osuna on charges of first-degree robbery, kidnapping, fraudulent use of a credit card, second-degree identity theft, second-degree attempted theft, unauthorized possession of personal confidential information and credit card theft.
The 34-year-old allegedly robbed a woman as she waited for her daughter to finish soccer practice at Kapiolani Park.
Court documents confirm what the victim first told us.
She was parked across the Waikiki Natatorium when all of a sudden, “this guy came on the passenger side and he said he was a druggie and he needs drug money and he is going to rob me.”
The woman said the man made her drive around the block while pointing a gun at her, and forced her to take off her jewelry. He allegedly got out with her belongings near the park’s tennis courts.
Osuna remains in police custody, unable to post $200,000 bail.
He made his first appearance in court Monday morning.