Man accused of murdering Waikiki teen in 1972 extradited to Honolulu

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The suspect in a 1972 Waikiki murder has been extradited to Honolulu. Tudor Chirila Jr. was taken into custody by the Ho...

December 6, 2022
8:52 AM

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The suspect in a 1972 Waikiki murder has been extradited to Honolulu. Tudor Chirila Jr. was taken into custody by the Honolulu Police Department on Thursday afternoon. The 77-year-old former Nevada deputy attorney general was brought to Hawaii from Reno. Chirila is accused of stabbing 19-year-old Nancy Anderson more than 60 times in her Waikiki apartment.Nancy AndersonHe was 26 at the time and a graduate assistant at the University of Hawaii. PREVIOUS COVERAGE:47 years after Waikiki woman's murder, HPD re-examines cold case filesAfter 50 years, police arrest Nevada man in cold case murder of Waikiki teenGrand jury indicts suspect in 1972 cold case murder of Waikiki teenWaikiki cold case murder suspect fights extradition, claims unlawful arrestMultiple detectives worked on the case over the years, but started gaining traction in December 2021.

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