Man charged in teen rape case
Authorities charged a 24-year-old Honolulu man yesterday with kidnapping a 16-year-old girl near University Avenue and raping her in a field at Kaimuki High School.
Ikaika K. Stone, who has a criminal history, was charged with three counts of first-degree sexual assault, three counts of third-degree sexual assault and one count of kidnapping. He is being held on $220,000 bail.
Stone is one of two men suspected of kidnapping a 16-year-old girl Aug. 1 outside a Honolulu apartment building and sexually assaulting her between 12:01 and 1:29 a.m.
On July 31 the girl drove from her home to a nearby apartment building to do laundry, a police affidavit said. When she realized she did not have any change, she went to a convenience store on Date Street, but the store was closed. On her way back, she got into a collision with a pickup truck driven by Stone, according to police.
Stone, who is about 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 210 pounds, yelled and swore at the 95-pound girl, police said.
He allegedly told her that damage to his truck was about $700, and she would have to find a way to make it up to him and would have to have sex with him, police said.
Stone then drove the girl in her car back to the apartment building while Stone's male passenger drove the pickup. Stone let her put her laundry into the washer and commanded her to get into his truck, police said.
The girl shook her head and said no but complied for fear Stone might hurt her, police said. He drove her to a field at the back of Kaimuki High School along Date Street and raped her, police said.
The girl identified Stone in a photographic lineup Aug. 4. Police arrested him Wednesday.
Police have not found the second suspect, an unknown younger man.
Stone was most recently arrested Oct. 10 for allegedly punching an elderly man, causing serious damage to his head.
Stone was working in construction for Landscape Hawaii at a work site at the Hawaii Kai Shopping Center. Stone got into an argument with an elderly co-worker and punched him in the right side of the head, police said.
The man fell onto the asphalt, which ruptured his right eardrum and caused bleeding in his brain. Stone was arrested and charged with attempted first-degree assault and second-degree assault.
He was freed after posting a reduced bail of $10,000. Trial in that case is scheduled for Sept. 22.
Stone is also on probation for a 2004 second-degree robbery conviction. He was arrested in 2002 when he was 19 years old after he robbed another man of his cell phone while grabbing his neck at Kaimuki High School.
He later pleaded guilty to second-degree robbery and was sentenced to 47 days in jail, 250 hours of community service and five years' probation.
Court records show Stone also was previously arrested on suspicion of first- and second-degree assault and harassment for previous incidents but was never charged. Stone also has a juvenile record, but court records do not specify the charges.