The following police officers violated the Honolulu Police Department Standards of Conduct as indicated:


  1. Officer Ryan AIKALA
    • Mistreatment of Prisoners
    • Directives

    On June 26, 1992, while Officer AIKALA was on duty, he ripped a prisoner's shirt and kicked him in the stomach while the prisoner was being incarcerated in the cellblock.

    Officer AIKALA was suspended for five days.

  2. Sergeant Benjamin ANCHETA
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Directives

    Between May and July 1989, contrary to departmental directives, Sergeant ANCHETA affixed his signature to vouchers authorizing the release of funds as payments to an undocumented informant for information provided on illegal gambling activities.

    Sergeant ANCHETA was suspended for two days.

  3. Officer Leith ANDERSON
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Performance
    • Conduct
    • Use of Drugs and Narcotics
    • Truthfulness
    • Directives

    Between 1989 and 1991, Officer ANDERSON, while in the capacity of a police officer, obtained and used illicit drugs. He also procured U.S. Post Office confiscations of illicit drugs for the intended purposes of canine training aids.

    Officer ANDERSON was suspended for five days.

  4. Officer Melvin ANDRES, Jr.

    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to laws and Regulations
    • Departmental property and Equipment
    • Directives

    On December 13, 1991, while on duty, Officer ANDRES failed to properly secure his weapon.

    Officer ANDRES was suspended for one day.

  5. Detective Robert BOLSON

    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Performance
    • Conduct
    • Falsification of Records
    • Reports
    • Truthfulness
    • Directives

    On October 8, 1991, Detective BOLSON confiscated a vehicle with an altered VIN number. It was mistakenly towed as an unauthorized vehicle from the JCPD parking lot. The vehicle was then auctioned by the City and County of Honolulu when the owner failed to respond to a Notification of Unclaimed Vehicle in Custody.

    Detective BOLSON was suspended for one day.

  6. Officer Raymond BOYD
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Performance
    • Directives

    On July 20, 1990, Officer BOYD failed to properly investigate a motor vehicle accident.

    Officer BOYD was suspended for two days.

  7. Officer Sean BULSECO
    • Transporting Civilians

    On December 11, 1991, while on duty, Officer BULSECO had his girlfriend in his police vehicle and failed to ask his sergeant for permission to transport her from the Kam Shopping Center to the Kalihi Police Station.

    Officer BULSECO was suspended for one day.

  8. Officer Steve BUMANGLAG
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Commission of any Criminal Act

    On October 25, 1991, Officer BUMANGLAG pled no contest to the charge of Harassment in the Circuit Court of the First Circuit. The court deferred acceptance of the no contest plea.

    Officer BUMANGLAG was suspended for one day.

  9. Officer Roxanne CAMACHO
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Falsification of Records
    • Truthfulness
    • Directives

    On June 16, 1991, while Officer CAMACHO was off duty, but acting in the capacity of a police officer, she was involved in an argument with a female and issued her a citation.

    Officer CAMACHO was suspended for two days.

  10. Officer Joseph CARRERO
    • Use of Physical Force

    On May 25, 1992, while on duty, Officer CARRERO used force on a prisoner arrested for a warrant. As a result of that force, the prisoner fell and sustained a fractured jaw.

    Officer CARRERO was suspended for one day.


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  11. Officer Jonathan E. CARVALHO
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Performance
    • Falsification of Records
    • Directives

    During 1991, Officer CARVALHO submitted numerous falsified overtime cards.

    Officer CARVALHO was discharged.

  12. Officer Clifford CHASE
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Directives

    On March 11, 1990, while Officer Chase was on duty, he unnecessarily fired two warning shots in the general direction of a male who was holding what appeared to be a rifle or shotgun.

    Officer CHASE was suspended for 10 days.

  13. Officer Clifford CHASE
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Directives

    On July 10, 1990, while off duty, but acting in the capacity of a police officer, Officer CHASE conducted himself in an unprofessional manner after stopping and arresting the driver of a vehicle who was involved in a traffic incident with him.

    Officer CHASE was suspended for one day.

  14. Officer Clifford CHASE
    • Extended Action
    • Directives

    On December 5, 1990, while Officer CHASE was on duty, he failed to turn in found property that was turned in to him. In addition, he was also found in violation of the Extended Action rule for having a third violation in a 12-month period.

    Officer CHASE was suspended for 10 days.

  15. Officer Clifford CHASE
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Overbearing Conduct
    • Conduct Toward the Public

    On May 3, 1991, while on duty, Officer CHASE used profanity and was verbally abusive during a confrontation with a waitress. In addition, he improperly issued six citations the following day to her husband.

    Officer CHASE was suspended for 20 days.

  16. Officer Randall CHUN
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Impartial Attitude

    On July 28, 1990, while on vacation, but acting in the capacity of a police officer, Officer CHUN was dressed in his uniform and assisted an acquaintance in taking custody of that person's two children from the residence of his ex-girlfriend's father.

    Officer CHUN was suspended for 10 days.

  17. Officer Harry COELHO
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Performance
    • Conduct
    • Falsification of Records
    • Truthfulness
    • Directives

    During November 1991, Officer COELHO altered his mileage record book after it was checked and attested to by Internal Affairs during annual inspection.

    Officer COELHO was suspended for one day.

  18. Sergeant Kevin CROUCH
    • Command
    • General Guidelines Subsection 3 (a)
    • General Guidelines Subsection 3 (h)
    • General Guidelines Subsection 3 (i)
    • General Guidelines Subsection 3 (l)
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Performance
    • Conduct
    • Directives

    On August 15, 1991, while on duty, Officer CROUCH failed to order the arrest of an off-duty officer for terroristic threatening and a firearms offense.

    Officer CROUCH was suspended for one day.

  19. Officer Gregory CROZIER
    • Reports
    • Directives

    On February 3, 1993, Officer CROZIER failed to submit a report that was due at the end of his tour of duty.

    Officer CROZIER was suspended for one day.

  20. Rungthip DESBRISAY
    • Directives

    On August 24, 1991, while Officer DESBRISAY was on duty, she entered the cell block with her issued firearm concealed within her uniform contrary to departmental directives.

    Officer DESBRISAY was suspended for one day.


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  21. Officer Rungthip DESBRISAY
    • Directives

    Failed to submit 10 citations that she issued during a five-month period.

    Officer DESBRISAY was suspended for one day.

  22. Officer Darius EVANGELISTA
    • Mistreatment of Prisoners
    • Conduct Toward Superior and Subordinate Officers
    • Directives

    On October 2, 1993, while on duty, Officer EVANGELISTA defied an order by his supervisor and subsequently physically and verbally abused a male prisoner.

    Officer EVANGELISTA was suspended for 10 days.

  23. Officer Lyle FLECK
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Use of Physical Force
    • Overbearing Conduct

    On December 6, 1990, Officer FLECK while on duty, assaulted a male prisoner at the Receiving Desk cell block.

    Officer FLECK was suspended for two days.

  24. Officer Eugene FORTIN
    • Falsification of Records
    • Firearms
    • Truthfulness

    On November 30, 1991, while off duty, Officer FORTIN drew his service weapon in an unsafe manner toward another officer. In addition, he submitted a false police report regarding the incident.

    Officer FORTIN was suspended for one day.

  25. Officer James-Dean GOEAS
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Mistreatment of Prisoners

    On November 14, 1992, while on duty, Officer GOEAS assaulted a female while effecting her arrest.

    Officer GOEAS was suspended for five days.

  26. Officer Bobby HARRISON, Jr.
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Performance
    • Conduct
    • Truthfulness
    • Directives

    On March 19, 1991, while Officer HARRISON was on duty, he failed to turn in monetary evidence that was given to him.

    Officer HARRISON was suspended for five days.

  27. Officer Damaine HASEGAWA
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Falsification of Records

    Between May 21 and August 27, 1991, Officer HASEGAWA violated departmental directives regarding special duty by not making proper notification of jobs transferred to other officers. In addition, Officer HASEGAWA submitted a special duty time card for another officer who did not perform the work.

    Officer HASEGAWA was suspended for one day.

  28. Officer Paul JAASKO
    • Directives

    On March 11, 1992, Officer JAASKO failed to turn in found property at the end of his tour of duty as required by directives.

    Officer JAASKO was suspended for one day.

  29. Officer Vernon KAAHANUI
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Performance
    • Falsification of Records
    • Absence from Duty
    • Truthfulness
    • Directives

    On April 20, 1992, Officer KAAHANUI, while acting in the capacity of an officer, failed to attend four DARE sessions at three elementary schools and was also untruthful in his report.

    Officer KAAHANUI was suspended for one day.

  30. Officer Michael KAHIKINA
    • Malingering
    • Directives

    On March 6, 1992, while in the capacity of a police officer, Officer KAHIKINA, performed two special duty assignments while he was subpoenaed to attend court and scheduled to work his regular tour of duty. Officer KAHIKINA called in sick during the morning hours of March 6, but continued to work both special duty assignments.

    Officer KAHIKINA was suspended for one day.


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  31. Officer Cindy KANESHIRO
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Performance
    • Directives

    On March 30, 1992, while on duty, Officer KANESHIRO failed to generate a report documenting the events surrounding the macing and threating of several males at an elementary school.

    Officer KANESHIRO was suspended for one day.

  32. Officer Clarence KANO
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Falsification of Records
    • Directives

    On August 17, 1992, while on duty, Officer KANO falsified a traffic accident report involving a pedestrian a pedestrian and failed to notify a sergeant and the Traffic Division.

    Officer KANO was suspended for 10 days.

  33. Officer Clarence KANO
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Overbearing Conduct
    • Conduct Toward the Public

    On October 14, 1992, while on duty, Officer KANO was discourteous and conducted himself in an unprofessional manner when he requested a homeowner to stop her sprinkler so it would not wet his car.

    Officer KANO was suspended for three days.

  34. Officer Darryl KON
    • Reports

    On January 6, 1993, while on duty, Officer KON was given custody of a pager as found property. During his tour of duty, the pager was lost and Officer KON failed to submit documentation of its recovery and eventual loss.

    Officer KON was suspended for one day.

  35. Officer Leonard KUPIHEA
    • Directives

    On March 3, 1991, Officer KUPIHEA, while in the capacity of a police officer, was not present for line up.

    Officer KUPIHEA was suspended for one day.

  36. Officer Elray LACEY
    • Mistreatment of Prisoners
    • Relief
    • Directives

    On July 25, 1992, while on duty, Officer LACEY entered the front holding cell, grabbed the prisoner from around his neck and shirt while he was still handcuffed, and dragged him out of the cell. Officer LACEY subsequently left work early without being properly relieved.

    Officer LACEY was suspended for five days.

  37. Officer Elray LACEY
    • Absence From Duty
    • Truthfulness

    On January 4, 1993, while in the capacity of a police officer, Officer LACEY notified the station that he would be late for work and that he would be in circuit court; however, he neglected to inform his supervisor that he was the defendant. After his court hearing, Officer LACEY failed to report for duty.

    Officer LACEY was suspended for one day.

  38. Officer Diane LEE
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Criticism of Orders

    On August 9, 1991, while on duty, Officer LEE made detrimental statements toward her sector sergeant by criticizing the orders that were issued to her.

    Officer LEE was suspended for one day.

  39. Officer Peterjohn LEE
    • Mistreatment of Prisoners

    On September 14, 1993, while on duty, Officer LEE used his elbow to strike an arrestee on his head while he was still handcuffed.

    Officer LEE was suspended for five days.

  40. Officer William LUAT
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Falsification of Records
    • Directives

    Between May 21 and August 17, 1991, Officer LUAT violated departmental directives regarding special duty by not making proper notification of jobs transferred to other officers. In addition, Officer LUAT received payment for special duty that he did not earn.

    Officer LUAT was suspended for one day.


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  41. Officer Richard LUNA
    • Truthfulness
    • Directives

    On July 30, 1992, while on duty, Officer LUNA "cheated" on his test by discussing the test questions with another officer while the test was still in progress.

    Officer LUNA was suspended for one day.

  42. Sergeant Bradley MAHELONA
    • Directive

    From February 11 to July 7, 1993, while on duty, Sergeant MAHELONA sexually harassed a female officer.

    Sergeant MAHELONA was suspended for one day.

  43. Officer Edward MANZANO
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Malicious Use of Physical Force
    • Physical Abuse

    On December 2, 1992, while on duty, Officer MANZANO was involved in a confrontation with a female officer, who happened to be his ex-girlfriend, wherein he threatened and assaulted her.

    Officer MANZANO was suspended for five days.

  44. Sergeant Milton MATSUSAKI
    • Command
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Performance
    • Conduct
    • Falsification of Records
    • Directives

    Between October 30 and November 5, 1989, while on duty, Sergeant MATSUSAKI failed to properly supervise. In addition, he falsified a motor vehicle accident report that occurred on Kalanianaole Highway.

    Sergeant MATSUSAKI was suspended for one day.

  45. Officer Peter NAKAGAWA
    • Court Attendance

    On September 13, 1993, while acting in the capacity of a police officer, Officer NAKAGAWA failed to appear in court as duly subpoenaed.

    Officer NAKAGAWA was suspended for one day.

  46. Officer Roy NAKAMA
    • Mistreatment of Prisoners

    On June 30, 1993, Officer NAKAMA was investigating a Criminal Property Damage case at the Receiving Desk. The suspect was a male detainee being held in the cell. While confronting the suspect, Officer NAKAMA slapped the suspect on the side of his face.

    Officer NAKAMA was suspended for five days.

  47. Officer Leonard NAKAMURA
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Performance
    • Conduct
    • Falsification of Records
    • Directives

    On January 31, 1991, while acting in the capacity of a police officer, Officer NAKAMURA knowingly submitted a parking citation to the Traffic Violations Bureau that was altered.

    Officer Nakamura was suspended for two days.

  48. Officer Leonard NAKAMURA
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Commission of any Criminal Act

    On June 24, 1993, Officer NAKAMURA pled no contest to Tampering with a Public Record in the District Court of the First Circuit. The court deferred acceptance of the no contest plea.

    Officer NAKAMURA was suspended for one day.

  49. Officer Dean OKINAGA
    • Court Attendance

    On May 6, 1993, while acting in the capacity of a police officer, Officer OKINAGA failed to appear in court as duly subpoenaed.

    Officer OKINAGA was suspended for one day.

  50. Officer Ronald OME
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Overbearing Conduct
    • Conduct Toward the Public
    • Truthfulness

    On December 20, 1991, while on duty, Officer OME was directing traffic and was overbearing and unprofessional in his conduct towards a female motorist.

    Officer OME was suspended for three days.


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  51. Officer Ronald OME
    • Court Attendance
    • Directives

    Between June 29 and July 2, 1992, while in the capacity of a police officer, Officer OME failed to notify his command that he was subpoenaed for court and would be unable to attend.

    Officer OME was suspended for two days.

  52. Officer Jeffery OMINE
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Performance
    • Directives

    On October 29, 1992, while on duty, Officer OMINE discarded evidence into a trash dumpster.

    Officer OMINE was suspended for one day.

  53. Sergeant John PINERO
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Commission of a Criminal Act

    On October 1, 1992, Sergeant PINERO was found guilty of the charge of Assault in the Third Degree in the Circuit Court of the First Circuit.

    Sergeant PINERO was suspended for one day.

  54. Officer Mark PORRITT
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Performance
    • Falsification of Records
    • Truthfulness
    • Directives

    Between May and June 1991, while in the capacity of a police officer, Officer PORRITT submitted numerous traffic citations containing false information. In addition, Officer PORRITT included confidential information on the violator's copy of the citation.

    Officer PORRITT was suspended for five days.

  55. Sergeant Damon PURDY
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Directives

    Prior to June 25, 1993, Sergeant PURDY sexually harassed a female officer.

    Sergeant PURDY was suspended for one day.

  56. Sergeant Joseph QUICK
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct

    On February 10, 1992, while off duty, but acting in the capacity of a police officer, Sergeant QUICK failed to conduct himself in a manner which conformed to the highest professional behavior and demeanor on board a flight from Tokyo to Honolulu.

    Sergeant QUICK was suspended for two days.

  57. Officer Eileen RAMOS
    • Absence from Duty
    • Directives

    On September 21, 1992, Officer RAMOS was absent from duty without permission.

    Officer RAMOS was suspended for one day.

  58. Officer Eileen RAMOS
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Extended Action
    • Absence from Duty
    • Reporting for Duty
    • Directives

    On December 9, 1992, Officer RAMOS failed to appear for a speaking engagement at a school.

    Officer RAMOS was suspended for three days.

  59. Officer Eligio REYES
    • Departmental Property and Equipment
    • Traffic Regulations
    • Truthfulness

    On the scheduled work days between November 1, 1992 and January 31, 1993, Officer REYES operated a Cushman while not in possession of a valid Hawaii State Operator's Type 2 license. He also knew that he was not qualified to operate a Cushman, but failed to notify any person or supervisor.

    Officer REYES was suspended for two days.

  60. Officer Samuel RODRIGUEZ, Jr.
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Use of Physical Force

    On April 6, 1993, while on duty, Officer RODRIGUEZ assisted in a traffic stop of a pick up truck and became involved in a verbal confrontation with a male passenger. Officer RODRIGUEZ threatened the male with physical harm and subsequently struck the male before arresting him for Disorderly Conduct.

    Officer RODRIGUEZ was suspended for three days.


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  61. Sergeant Gordon SHIRAISHI
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Mistreatment of Prisoners
    • Falsification of Records

    On August 2, 1991, while on duty, Sergeant SHIRAISHI mistreated a prisoner at the Kalihi Station.

    Sergeant SHIRAISHI was suspended for five days.

  62. Officer Gary SUNADA
    • Directives

    On October 1, 1991, Officer SUNADA was assigned as a hospital guard and fell asleep momentarily. The prisoner that SUNADA was assigned to guard escaped.

    Officer SUNADA was suspended for one day.

  63. Officer Leah TAUM
    • Reporting For Duty

    On May 5, 1992, Officer TAUM was not present for roll call. She had received previous verbal counseling in the past for the same offense.

    Officer TAUM was suspended for one day.

  64. Officer William TEJADA
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Conduct
    • Firearms
    • Directives

    On September 15, 1991, while off duty but acting in the capacity of a police officer, Officer TEJADA attempted to subdue and arrest a male without identifying himself as a police officer and pointed a gun to his head. In addition, he also carelessly displayed his handgun by brandishing it toward the surrounding crowd.

    Officer TEJADA was suspended for five days.

  65. Officer Eutiquio TOMIMBANG
    • Court Attendance
    • Directives
    On March 18, 1993, Officer TOMIMBANG failed to appear at Honolulu District Court after he was duly subpoenaed.

    Officer TOMIMBANG was suspended for one day.

  66. Officer Donald VICKERY, Jr.
    • Falsification of Records
    • Firearms
    • Truthfulness

    On November 30, 1991, while off-duty, Officer VICKERY was playing "quick draw" with his service revolver in the locker room when it discharged. In addition, he submitted a false statement regarding the incident, and upon being interviewed, he continued to be untruthful.

    Officer VICKERY was suspended for three days.

  67. Officer Elijah VINCENT
    • Court Attendance

    On May 3, 1993, Officer VINCENT failed to appear at Ewa District Court after he was duly subpoenaed.

    Officer VINCENT was suspended for one day.

  68. Officer Brad WHITTER
    • Conduct Toward Superior and Subordinate Officers and Associates
    • Reporting For Duty
    • Directives
    • Directives

    Officer WHITTER failed to report to work on September 15 and 16, 1992. In addition, Officer WHITTER failed to keep his current telephone number on file with the department and was also disrespectful to a superior officer over the telephone.

    Officer WHITTER was suspended for one day.

  69. Officer Eassie WILLS
    • Conduct Toward Superior and Subordinate Officers and Associates

    On October 16, 1992, Officer WILLS was insubordinate to a superior officer.

    Officer WILLS was suspended for one day.

  70. Sergeant Frank WOOLSEY
    • Knowledge of Laws and Regulations
    • Obedience to Laws and Regulations
    • Performance
    • Directives

    On October 10, 1991, Sergeant WOOLSEY was given several overtime cards and instructed to investigate the discrepancies. However, the cards were destroyed when Sergeant WOOLSEY gave the overtime cards to the officer was being investigated.

    Sergeant WOOLSEY was suspended for one day.


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