|By Rob Shikina, The Honolulu Star-Advertiser|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Police said at about
Hansen allegedly fled the scene, leaving her vehicle behind. Paramedics treated the older woman for a serious head wound.
Police said Hansen and the older woman do not know each other, and there was no apparent motive.
Elsewhere in Honolulu, a member of the Maunalani Heights Neighborhood Security Watch who asked not to be identified to avoid retaliation said the group alerted its members about Hansen last year after several incidents involving erratic driving and behavior.
"We needed everybody on the lookout for her -- that's how scary it was," the member said. "All 500 members were eventually brought into the loop of this situation because it was so serious."
The member, who was involved in monitoring Hansen's behavior in the neighborhood, said Hansen has a family member living in the area.
"There were probably over half a dozen people that had been adversely affected by her driving," the member said. "Two people almost run over by her, one person almost had a head-on collision with her."
Hansen was not arrested in connection with those incidents, the member said. Police told the group to not confront Hansen because she was known to be combative, the member said. But no one has seen Hansen in the neighborhood since last year, the member added.
According to court records, Hansen was cited three times for speeding since February, the most recent time on Sunday. In that incident she was allegedly driving 72 mph in a 35 mph zone in
Also, Hansen was ticketed for using a mobile electronic device while driving in July. She received a
In addition, in 2011 she received fines for disregarding a stop sign, driving without a license and driving without insurance. In 2013 she was fined for driving without headlights.
She has two convictions, one for speeding and the other for driving without a license in 2010, according to the state
Besides her driving offenses, Hansen was arrested
On her Facebook page, where Hansen said she is a professional surfer, a post was added a few hours after the woman was injured in Waikiki but before Hansen's arrest.
"I am becoming a professional!" the post said. "I have worked SOOOO hard to get to today. I am so greatful (sic) for all the support of the surfers and the ASP (
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