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Louis Kealoha’s plea deal will keep him from a trial that had been set for January. It comes a day after his wife, Katherine, signed her own agreement.
Her attorney said she signed a deal at the Federal Detention Center Sunday morning.
The marriage is irretrievably broken, Louis Kealoha indicated in his court complaint.
A federal judge approved the law enforcement couple’s waiver of a jury trial.
The Honolulu Police Commission recently released minutes from secret meetings where commissioners and city attorneys hashed out a lucrative retirement deal for the former police chief.
Federal agents seized a “very broad” set of emails in connection with an investigation that is now before a grand jury, according to Honolulu City Council member Ron Menor.
A new indictment lays out more details in the case involving Katherine Kealoha’s oversight of children’s trust funds.
Louis Kealoha, the former Honolulu police chief, and Katherine Kealoha, a former deputy city prosecutor, are now scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 31.
Katherine Kealoha had been awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars by a civil jury. But her uncle and grandmother are hoping to get that back.
The legal fees for one lawsuit alone break down to about 70 cents per Oahu resident.