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Sentencing delayed for HPD officer accused of drunk driving

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Sentencing moves to next month for a Honolulu police officer who pleaded no contest to drunk driving.

Officer Boyd Kamikawa was supposed to find out his fate on Friday, but the sentencing has been postponed to June 13.

Back in April 2010, Kamikawa hit a 61-year-old woman who was walking in a crosswalk in Chinatown around 8 a.m. A police affidavit listed his blood alcohol level at point 1.6, twice the legal limit.

The 24-year veteran was ordered to go into substance abuse treatment and has had his driver's license suspended.

In march of this year, Kamikawa was allegedly involved in a fender bender in downtown Honolulu, even though he's prohibited from operating a vehicle.

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