HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow)- Lonnell Reginald Wideman, ex-husband of missing Waipahu woman Loida Gabon Wideman, will spend at least 45 more days incarcerated at the Oahu Community Correctional Center before the parole board will consider releasing him for alleged parole violations.
Loida Gabon Wideman, a mother of three living in Waipahu, has been missing since the evening of Sunday, May 13. Police have said Lonnell Wideman is not a suspect in the case, but five days after she vanished he was arrested for violating conditions of his parole for conviction on a 1985 attempted murder charge.
Court records show Lonnell Wideman has six prior convictions. They include convictions for possession of a switchblade and second degree robbery in 1986, harassment in 1999, and kidnapping, burglary, and attempted murder in 1988. The 1988 convictions stem from a 1985 incident at an apartment on South King Street.