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Kailua man pleads not guilty in alleged Hurricane Katrina scam

A 54-year-old Kailua man accused of stealing $890,000 from people who thought they were investing in programs to assist victims of Hurricane Katrina pleaded not guilty in federal court this afternoon to mail fraud and 27 counts of wire fraud.

A federal judge told Daniel Patrick Doyle he can remain free on $100,000 signature bond pending trial this summer.

Doyle’s lawyer Michael Green says he expect to work out a plead deal with the government before trial.

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