Embattled Police Chief Kealoha agreed to a $250K settlement to retire before his 5 year employment contract was complete. However, since he is the focus of a Federal probe, and has already received a "target letter" from the FBI, its very likely a federal indictment will become public shortly. So that the Honolulu Police Department could move forward, the police commission has agreed to pay Chief Kealoha $250K to retire early. If he is convicted of a felony within the next 7 years, he must pay back the money. Is it likely the city will ever get any money back? Very unlikely as attorney Victor Bakke explains.
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