Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Heather Elvis Search News...

editing...stay tuned

update;  remains not located.


Anonymous said...

I see the police are closing off a street while they do something. not sure how close to Sidney and Tammy residence but its same street they lived on.

says the closing is at solicitors request - tho it doesn't clearly state from which side or for who's bennefit.

bet the locals have some much better gossip that at least can hint to the matter at hand.

i assume it could still be nothing of significance . likely its a search for body, weapons or other evidence. unless they got a real tip - or confession - I don't see much reason to anticipate a revelation.

but never say never.

I still hope she ran away and started a new life. for her sake.

Anonymous said...

What's going on legally with Tammy and Sidney? When are they being brought to trial?

Anonymous said...

Anon 6;59 I hope she ran away and started a new life too. But it's doubtful. I think she was probably killed, not sure by whom.

Kellie said...

Trial date set in Heather Elvis murder case


John Mc Gowan said...


Homeless man denies attack, claims pro golfer passed out on sidewalk

For the first time since the incident involving professional Australian golfer Robert Allenby came to light, the Honolulu Police Department is giving us information about the ongoing investigation.

In a statement released Tuesday afternoon, the department said:

“Detectives are reviewing witness statements and gathering security video footage. They are also looking into recent charges made on Mr. Allenby’s credit card. No arrest has been made.

“Detectives have opened second degree robbery and fraudulent use of credit card investigations. Second degree robbery is punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment; fraudulent use of credit cards is punishable by up to five years.”

The 43-year-old was in town for the Sony Open, and said he was kidnapped, beaten and robbed after visiting Amuse Wine Bar on Kapiolani Boulevard Friday night into Saturday morning.

Charade Keane told KHON2 she found Allenby at around 1:30 a.m. Saturday, sitting by a planter box on the corner of Piikoi Street and Kapiolani Boulevard, arguing with two men. Fearing for Allenby’s safety, Keane intervened and pulled the golfer away.

On Tuesday, KHON2 tracked down one of the men. Finding Toa Kaili wasn’t easy, but the homeless man says he isn’t hiding.

When asked if he attacked Allenby, Kaili replied, “No. I did not beat up… Robert Allenby? That’s his name? Yeah. I did not beat up that golfer at all.”

According to Kaili, he and a friend were traveling down Kapiolani Boulevard, headed downtown at around 1 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 17, when they stumbled upon a man, passed out “on the sidewalk, on the curb on Kapiolani and Piikoi.”

Kaili claims he did not know who the man was and assumed Allenby was also homeless.

“I was like, ‘Hey brother, you got to wake up because the sidewalk sweepers are going to come. You don’t want to get swept up,'” said Kaili. “So it took him about nine minutes before he got to his senses and when I got him up his feet, I said ‘Okay. Check if you got everything on you.’ And that’s when he noticed, like, ‘I don’t got my phone or my wallet.'”

Kaili says he and his friend, Chris, spent a few minutes searching for Allenby’s phone and wallet.

“The state of mind he was in when I woke him up, he wasn’t coherent,” Kaili said. “He kept saying, ‘Where’s the other guy at?’ I said, ‘What other guy?’ There was only two of us waking him up.”

Kaili said Allenby then became hostile. “Five or 10 minutes after, ‘Mr. Golfer’ switched (and said) ‘Alright. The gig’s up. Why don’t you guys hand me back my phone.’ I said, ‘What?’ He goes, ‘Just give me back my phone. I know you guys stole my stuff.'”

John Mc Gowan said...


Kaili also noted that Allenby’s face bore no facial injuries when he first encountered him.

Fed up, Kaili says he began to walk away from Kaili, but his friend chose to stay and help Allenby get into a cab.

Ten minutes later, Kaili decided to return to the intersection and noticed Allenby’s face was bloody. “I was like, ‘Chris, what the hell happened?’ And he was like, ‘Oh, my God. While I was trying to wave cabs down, he was nodding out, then he passed out, fell face first and slammed in a rock.'”

Kaili says Allenby proceeded to accuse the two for stealing his belongings.

“We were shouting at each other because ‘Mr. Golfer’ was accusing me. Like, ‘Give me back my wallet! Do you know who the hell I am? I have a million dollars. Do you know who the hell I am?’ I was like, ‘Brother. I don’t care who you are, but all I know is, you’re pretty busted up and you need help.'”

According to Kaili, that’s when Charade Keane, his friend and a fellow homeless individual, rode by on her bicycle.

Kaili says he left Allenby once Keane showed up and helped Allenby get a taxi back to his hotel.

Kaili was questioned by police and are currently looking to interview Kaili’s friend, Chris. Authorities are not calling either man a suspect at this time.

ABC Stores confirmed to KHON2 that Allenby’s credit card was used at a store location on Kalakaua Avenue.

The store is cooperating with authorities to identify the individual who used the card.


John Mc Gowan said...

Following on from above..

Robert Allenby embraces the homeless woman who saved him after he was kidnapped from a bar... so why did he accuse her of making up a different version of events for money?

Read more:


Anonymous said...


Tania Cadogan said...

John, do i win a prize if it turns out he was plastered and faceplanted on the sidewalk?

Anonymous said...

ooh the golfer story seemed suspect. all i had read was a line where he said what happened to him felt like a movie, and I thought ---- thats an odd way to feel about something so visceral. maybe it felt like a movie because it was not real.

Anonymous said...

Does anybody know -- were they in fact looking for her body? was that the specific activity going on?

John Mc Gowan said...

Hahhaa Tania,

I flagged it from day one, as you did. Read back the articles..When he talks about getting "drugged" and being "dumped" out of the car, he talks in the second person "You and Your. This is not a universal experience and is unique. Don't you love S/A :)

Anonymous said...


If a parent of a missing child said "I want to put this nightmare to bed."

would you have any S/A thoughts about it?

Anonymous said...

Camera showed him in the bathroom 20 minutes... drug use and he dosed himself too much? Also he said he watched "Taken" many times...is it that great of a movie?


Anonymous said...

Ha taken is an awesome awful movie. Rewatching it many times should be call for a particular set of psychological diagnoses.

Trigger said...

"...and to come back on her own"

This sounds odd to me.

This sounds like the mother and daughter had been at odds over something, when she boarded the bus.

Tania Cadogan said...

I love it, my uncle however hates it since i catch him minimising and ommitting info and with his health issues SA is a must if i want to keep the old git alive despite his best efforts working his way through the medial dictionary

Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure they were just mapping out areas and time lines for court. There were spray painted numbers and symbols all the way from the Moorer's house to a main exit road almost 2 miles away. I'd bet they were reconstructing/rein acting for taping.

Anonymous said...

Ah that makes most sense

Anonymous said...

Came upon this video of the Caison children and found it to be very disturbing, to say the least.