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Four Honolulu police officers have been charged with felony offenses in connection to a car accident in Makaha that injured six people in 2021.

Officer Joshua Nahulu has been charged with collisions involving death or serious bodily injury, while officers Erik Smith, Jake Bartolome, and Robert Lewis have been charged with hindering prosecution and conspiracy to commit hindering prosecution.

The charges stem from an incident in which the officers followed a vehicle in an unannounced pursuit and then left the scene after the vehicle crashed.

The officers are also accused of submitting reports that omitted events before the crash occurred.

The driver of the car that was hit suffered brain damage and will never be the same, according to their attorney.

The officers’ police powers have been removed or restricted, and an internal investigation remains open.

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