HONOLULU (AP) -- Honolulu police released a Japan-based Marine arrested in connection with the murder of an Oregon tourist.
A spokesman for the prosecutor's office says Master Sgt. Nathaniel L. Cosby isn't going to be charged at this time in the death of Ivanice Ivy Harris. Prosecuting Attorney spokesman Dave Koga says charges are pending test results.
Cosby was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of murdering Harris, who was living in Las Vegas but was from Portland. She was vacationing in Hawaii with her boyfriend and friend and was last seen outside a Waikiki bar. Her body was later found on Oahu's leeward coast.
Prosecutors have up to 48 hours to charge a suspect once an arrest is made.
The medical examiner's office is awaiting test results before determining a cause of death.