It's a mystery that a windward Oahu family desperately wants solved. Who killed their loved one and then left her body in a dumpster?
Mark Caldeira fights back tears when he looks at old photos of his younger sister.
"She was such a beautiful girl. So beautiful, so sweet. She wanted to be a model," Caldeira said.
Janine Meyer was always full of life. She was a hula dancer; one of the popular girls in Kailua -- someone with big dreams.
"She was like the most beautiful. She had blonde hair blue eyes," Caldeira said.
But things changed when Meyer turned 16. A horrific reaction while experimenting with drugs unveiled a deep layer of mental illness. She developed schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
"The family struggled for years trying to figure out a way how to help her. And in the end, there was nothing the family could do," Caldeira said.
Meyer bounced from shelter to shelter and eventually found herself living on the streets. But despite her struggles, she never stopped loving her family.
"She had the spirit just give, give, give. Care, care, care. That's what she did, that what she did," Caldeira said."
"And that's what got her in trouble. She would give to everyone, even people who would take and they would use her and abuse. And she would just keep giving. She wouldn't know how to say no," Meyer's sister Glory Ebeling said.
Early Monday morning, the 51-year-old Meyer was found dead in a dumpster in a public parking lot behind the Hawaiian Colony apartment building at the corner of Hobron Lane and Ena Road in Waikiki.
The Medical Examiner's office says it will take several weeks before it can say how Meyer died.
"How can that happen to your family?" Caldeira said.
"This guy. They just better get this guy," Ebeling said.
For now, Honolulu police have classified the case as an unattended death. The family believes Meyer was murdered.
"Let the system do what it does. And she has lots of friends, she has lots of friends. Don't get caught up in this. I know she has lots of friends. Don't do anything," Caldeira said.
Memorial services for Meyer will be held on Saturday, Nov. 9 at Kalama Beach Club. Viewing will begin 10 a.m. with services at 1 p.m.
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