Days Suspended

Type of Misconduct

Year

Status

Prosecutors Notified

Union Intervention

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Honolulu Police Misconduct

2020-49: Conducted personal business on duty by meeting with a female acquaintance for nonwork-related matters. Sent multiple inappropriate text messages and/or confidential police information to the female. Criminal Conduct Initiated: Harassment Kidnapping Sexual Assault in the Second Degree Sexual Assault in the Fourth Degree (Prosecutors not notified because unable to establish the elements of a crime.)

10-day suspension
Final
No
No
Mark Montez

2018-4: Conducted personal business by engaging in sexual activity while on duty and under the color of police authority. Criminal Conduct Initiated: Sexual Assault in the Second Degree Sexual Assault in the Fourth Degree

Discharged
Final
Yes
Yes
David Oh

2017-42: While off duty, made unwanted sexual advances toward a female, including remarks and physical contact of a sexual nature. Criminal Conduct Initiated: Sexual Assault in the Fourth Degree

Discharged
Final
No
Yes

2016-08: Committed multiple criminal acts of sexual assault against a relative who was a minor. Criminal Conduct Initiated: Sexual Assault in the First Degree Sexual Assault in the Third Degree (Discharge upheld after arbitration.)

Discharged
Final
Yes
Yes

2016-58: Sexually assaulted a minor. Refused to cooperate with the investigation.

Discharged
Final
No
Yes

2015-18: Inappropriately touched a female driver during a traffic stop.

Discharged
Final
Yes
Yes
Kramer Aoki

2015-32: Committed criminal acts of a sexual nature against the victim. Criminal Conduct Initiated: Kidnapping Sexual Assault in the First Degree (Pursuant to the grievance process, arbitrator ordered discharge vacated and officer reinstated. While the arbitrator noted procedural and technical flaws, the gravamen of his decision was focused on the allegation of commission of a criminal act. Notwithstanding the evidence presented at the hearing, which included the testimony of the victim, the arbitrator found, inter alia, that "clear and convincing evidence" on the issue of consent was not presented to support the decision to terminate the officer. Because the issue of consent was material to HPD's decision to terminate the officer, the arbitrator ordered the officer to be reinstated without penalty and otherwise made whole.)

No action-day suspension
Final
Yes
Yes

2012-8: Was convicted of a felony sex assault

Discharged
N/A
No
N/A
N/A

2003-5: Sexually assaulted a person while conducting an investigation.

Discharged
N/A
No
N/A
N/A