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3 former top Honolulu city officials turn themselves in to FBI as part of Kealoha probe

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Former city managing director Roy Amemiya, former Corporation Counsel Donna Leong, and former Honolulu Police Commission Chairman Max Sword turned themselves in to the FBI Wednesday morning in Kapolei after their attorneys were informed late Tuesday that they would be arrested in connection with an ongoing federal investigation into public corruption in Honolulu. Pictured is Leong leaving after the indictment.
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Former Corporation Counsel Donna Leong leaves after the indictment.
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Former Corporation Counsel Donna Leong leaves after the indictment.
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Former Corporation Counsel Donna Leong leaves after the indictment.
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Former Honolulu Police Commission Chairman Max Sword leaves while former city managing director Roy Amemiya is being interviewed by news crews in the background after the indictment.
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Former Honolulu Police Commission Chairman Max Sword leaves after the indictment.
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Former Honolulu Police Commission Chairman Max Sword leaves after the indictment.
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Former city managing director Roy Amemiya is seen after the indictment.
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Former city managing director Roy Amemiya speaks to a cameraman after the indictment.
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Former Honolulu Police Commission Chairman Max Sword leaves after the indictment.

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