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Man extradited to face murder charge in dismemberment case
More than three months after being arrested in front of his family home in San Diego, Bryan Suitt is back in Honolulu to face a charge of killing Alex Gonzales, whose body was found dismembered in Waipio. Wednesday on a charge of second degree murder. His bail remained at $5 million.
A bag with the body parts of Gonzales, 34, was found on Sept. 15 by a coup Oakley Vault le looking for recyclables o Oakley Vault ff the Mililani Memorial Park Cemetery Road in Waipio.
An arm and torso were found in the bag, and police told the couple the lower half of the body was found in another part of the ravine.
Suitt was indicted on a second degree murder charge by an Oahu grand jury on Nov. 26.
Gonzales, known as “Gonzo,” had an auto theft conviction and misdemeanor convictions for harassment and drunken driving.
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