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$150,000 put in crime victims’ kitty

  • CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    State Attorney General Doug Chin held a news conference Thursday at the Attorney General’s Office in Honolulu. Holding the ceremonial check for the largest-ever contribution to the Crime Victims Compensation Special Fund were Pamela Ferguson-Brey, executive director of the Crime Victims Compensation Commission; Chin; Maria Zielinski, director of taxation; and Jordan Lowe, chief special agent of the Criminal Investigation section of the Department of Taxation.

Hawaii’s Crime Victims Compensation Fund — which helps pay for funeral, medical and other crime victims’ costs — has received its largest single payment of $150,000 as the result of a settlement in a corporate tax case. Read more

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