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UPDATED: Mayor’s office is “seriously considering” Susan Ballard’s request that the prosecuting attorney be excluded from public safety meetings because of reports he’s under investigation.
Even if the documents refer to Katherine Kealoha’s medical condition, other information should be made public, the center says.
Chasid Sapolu was identified as a “subject” last week in the widening investigation into local law enforcement.
There’s no rule that prohibits Honolulu’s elected prosecutor from telling the public whether he is the target of a Justice Department probe.
A federal grand jury continues to expand its investigation, now delving into prescription pain medications that were seized during a 2015 drug raid.
Keith Kaneshiro may be the target of a federal investigation into corruption. But his office will neither confirm nor deny.
The Justice Department inquiry into Honolulu police corruption has lasted four years and resulted in numerous indictments. But Keith Kaneshiro isn’t talking.
After retiring from full-time police work in 2011 after a 31-year career, he was working on a short-term contract giving road tests.
She and her husband, former Police Chief Louis Kealoha, face their first trial on bank fraud charges in November.