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Police say elderly Hawaiian Shores man killed with bow-and-arrow.

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Police: Elderly man killed with bow-and-arrow
Police: Elderly man killed with bow-and-arrow


Police think Charles Hacker — an 86-year-old Hawaiian Shores man who died Wednesday after being found unconscious and bleeding profusely from his neck as he sat in a walker-seat on his driveway — was killed with a bow-and-arrow.


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