EXCLUSIVE DETAILS: HPD Major stripped of police powers, served TRO
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A high ranking Honolulu Police officer has been stripped of his police powers. Maj. Ryan Borges has turned in his gun and badge while the department investigates harassment complaints from a 33-year-old man.
The man is dating Maj. Borges' daughter and was granted a temporary restraining order.
According to the court documents, Borges has been threatening him since December of last year. In January, the man used a phone app to record a conversation with Borges.
The paperwork says the man recorded Borges saying, "Where do you want to meet so that I can beat you up."
The man reports that he is threatened by Borges and even went to see a doctor.
The doctor's diagnosis is included in the court documents. The clinical psychologist says the man has had major anxiety attacks and suffers from Adjustment Disorder with Anxiety.
The TRO restricts Borges from contacting, threatening or physically harassing the man or anyone else at his residence.
A hearing is scheduled for next week. A judge will decide how long the TRO is in effect for and provide more details.
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