Police Chief Harry Kubojiri promotes six police officers
Chief Harry S. Kubojiri has promoted six police officers to the rank of sergeant/detective:
— Det. Clarence Davies is assigned to the Area I Criminal Investigations Section in in East Hawaii. He was previously an officer assigned to the Traffic Enforcement Unit in East Hawaii. He joined the Police Department in October 2003;
— Sgt. Zachary O. Fernando, who was previously a Community Policing officer in Hamakua, is now assigned to the Kaʻu District. He joined the Police Department in October 2003;
— Sgt. Paul D. Kim, who most recently worked as a Traffic Enforcement Unit officer in East Hawaii, is now assigned to South Hilo Patrol. He joined the Police Department in October 2003;
— Sgt. Mekia Rose is assigned to Kona Patrol. His previous assignment was as an Area II Vice Section officer in West Hawaii. He joined the Police Department in August 2004;
— Det. Levon P. Stevens is assigned to the Area II Criminal Investigations Section in Kona. His previous assignment was as an officer in the North Kohala District. He joined the Police Department in in August 2004, and
— Det. Dean M. Uyetake is assigned to the Area I Criminal Investigations Section in Hilo. His most recent assignment was as a patrol officer assigned to the South Hilo District. He joined the Police Department in October 2003.
The promotions took effect on Tuesday.
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