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Maui police employee charged with impersonating an officer

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    Charles B. Barrett

A Maui Police Department employee was charged Tuesday with impersonating a law enforcement officer and other offenses connected to a traffic incident in May 2010.

Besides the impersonation charge, Charles B. Barrett, 49, was also charged with unauthorized entry into a motor vehicle, harassment and reckless driving. He turned himself in at the Wailuku Police Station on Tuesday and was released, pending a court date of Feb. 6.

Maui police said the charges stem from an incident between Barrett and a motorist on May 5, 2010.

Barrett has been an information systems analysis employee for MPD since May 28, 2001.

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