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Police officer sentenced for helping drug dealer

The 20-year veteran revealed the name of an undercover agent among other things

By Nelson Daranciang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 11, 2013

~~<p>U.S. District Judge Leslie Koba&shy;ya&shy;shi sentenced former Hono&shy;lulu police officer Richard Wayne &quot;Rick&quot; Raquino to four months in jail for lying to FBI agents about revealing the name and identity of an undercover police officer, the description of an undercover police vehicle and information and techniques for identifying and eluding police surveillance.</p>
<p>The judge ordered Raquino, 41, to turn himself in six weeks to begin his sentence.</p>
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U.S. District Judge Leslie Koba­ya­shi sentenced former Hono­lulu police officer Richard Wayne "Rick" Raquino to four months in jail for lying to FBI agents about revealing the name and identity of an undercover police officer, the description of an undercover police vehicle and information and techniques for identifying and eluding police surveillance.

The judge ordered Raquino, 41, to turn himself in six weeks to begin his sentence. Login for more...



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