HONOLULU - The FBI arrested one current and one former police officer in connection to a probe into the Honolulu Police Department Sunday.
FBI Special Agent Arnold Laanui said Officer Bobby Nguyen from the department's Criminal Intelligence Unit and retired Officer Gordon Shiraishi, also with the intelligence unit, were arrested.

Gordon Shiraishi retired in March 2017 as a major with 33 years of service.

Officer Minh-Hung Nguyen has 11 years of service - his police powers were restricted earlier.

Laanui couldn't comment further on the arrests, which stem from a federal investigation surrounding retired Honolulu police Chief Louis Kealoha and his wife, Deputy Prosecutor Katherine Kealoha.
During the case, Puana's attorney presented prosecutors with what he said was evidence of police corruption.