The Latest on a Hawaii man who escaped from the state’s psychiatric hospital (all times local):
Police in Hawaii say an escaped psychiatric hospital patient who had been tried for murder took a flight to California on Sunday after flying to Maui from Honolulu.
San Jose airport spokesman Jon Vaden said the FBI and U.S. Marshals Service have reviewed security footage from San Jose International Airport in connection with the manhunt for Randall Saito.
Vaden said police have not advised him of any threats at the airport.
He could not confirm that Saito had flown into San Jose International and referred further questions to the Honolulu Police Department, which did not immediately return calls and an email seeking information about his current whereabouts, despite concerns about public safety.
Police say Saito escaped the state psychiatric facility on Oahu, where he had been detained since 1981 after being found not guilty of murder by reason of insanity.
Saito was committed to the hospital in 1981 — two years after a woman was killed at a Honolulu shopping mall.