HONOLULU (KHON2) — Derek Hahn, a former Honolulu Police officer who was found guilty of involvement in the Kealoha conspiracy case was sentenced to more than three years in prison, two years of supervised release and no fines.
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A second former HPD officer, Bobby Nguyen, was sentenced to more than four years in prison, two years of supervised release. He was not fined.
Hahn and Nguyen worked for former Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha. They, along with Katherine and Louis Kealoha, were found guilty on charges of Conspiracy and three separate charges of Obstruction in an Official Proceeding.
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