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Key witness in ex-police major's case released from prison

She served less than a year on separate drug charges before earning an early exit

By Nelson Daranciang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 23, 2013

~~<p>A government witness who told a federal grand jury that she and retired police Maj. Carlton Nishimura schemed to accept protection money from the operator of an illegal gambling house, recorded herself later telling her previous lawyer that she lied to the grand jury, then went in front of the grand jury again to say she didn't lie, has spent less than a year behind bars for two separate drug convictions.</p>
<p>Authorities at the Federal Detention Center in Honolulu released Doni Mei Imose Crisolo on Friday, said William Harrison, Crisolo's new lawyer.</p>
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A government witness who told a federal grand jury that she and retired police Maj. Carlton Nishimura schemed to accept protection money from the operator of an illegal gambling house, recorded herself later telling her previous lawyer that she lied to the grand jury, then went in front of the grand jury again to say she didn't lie, has spent less than a year behind bars for two separate drug convictions.

Authorities at the Federal Detention Center in Honolulu released Doni Mei Imose Crisolo on Friday, said William Harrison, Crisolo's new lawyer. Login for more...



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