HONOLULU (KHON2) — The gunman and the two victims that died in Wednesday’s shooting incident at Pearl Harbor has been identified.
The incident happened at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard Dry Dock 2.
The Associated Press (AP) is identifying the shooter as G. Romero. Pearl Harbor Rear Admiral Robert Chadwick identified the shooter as a U.S. Sailor assigned to the USS Columbia.
All non-essential workers are being told to stay home today as the investigation continues.
The shooting happened around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. The gunman shot three civilian workers before killing himself. Two of the injured have died. The 36-year-old survivor is still in the hospital in stable condition.
A KHON source identified one of the victims as 30-year-old Vincent Kapoi, Jr. The AP spoke to Kapoi’s wife who confirmed to them that her husband, who grew up in Waianae, was one of the men who were killed.
The second man killed in the incident has been identified as 49-year-old Roldan Agustin, according to his family.
We will update this story as the investigation continues.