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January 23, 2015 at 8:19 PM

Man arrested in Hawaii crash that killed Issaquah bicyclist

Police have arrested a man in connection with an April 2014 car crash in Hawaii that killed a bicyclist from Issaquah.

Michael Angelo Cattaneo, 29, was arrested Friday on a warrant following an indictment charging him with two counts of negligent homicide and one count each of operating a vehicle under the influence and no no-fault insurance, according to the Maui Police Department. Bail was set at $100,000 for the Kula man.

Karl Hagen

Karl B. Hagen

Cattaneo is accused of striking bicyclist Karl B. Hagen, 61, on Piilani Highway in Kihei, Hawaii, on April 12, 2014, police said. Hagen died from injuries at Maui Memorial Medical Center.

Hagen was a lifelong Issaquah resident who spent winters in Wailea with his wife, Robin, according to an obituary. He owned a house on the island and had visited there for 30 years. An avid bicyclist, he logged several thousand miles a year.

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