Calvin Delaries is West Hawaii Officer of the Month

March 2, 2011
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The Kona Crime Prevention Committee honored Officer Calvin Delaries as “Officer of the Month” for March on Wednesday, March 2 at King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel.   Officer Delaries was recognized for his work with the Special Enforcement Unit.  In August, 2010, Officer Delaries was working undercover along Ali’i Drive, and witnessed a narcotics transaction near the parking lot near Ali’i Sunset Plaza and Coconut Grove Marketplace.  A suspected drug dealer appeared to sell narcotics to the occupants of a vehicle.
 
Officer Delaries and other members of the police force arrested the vehicle’s occupants, who not only were wanted by the police on outstanding warrants but had drugs and drug paraphernalia in the car.  The dealer was also apprehended. 
 
In accepting the award, Officer Delaries commended his superiors, notably Detective Brad Freitas and Sergeant Gary Souther, and all the other members of his team.  He recognized the team for their work during the investigation.   Officer Delaries has previously been recognized as “Officer of the Month” in 2006, 2007, and 2009.
 

Calvin Delaries is West Hawaii Officer of the Month
 
The Kona Crime Prevention Committee honored Officer Calvin Delaries as “Officer of the Month” for March on Wednesday, March 2 at King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel.   Officer Delaries was recognized for his work with the Special Enforcement Unit.  In August, 2010, Officer Delaries was working undercover along Ali’i Drive, and witnessed a narcotics transaction near the parking lot near Ali’i Sunset Plaza and Coconut Grove Marketplace.  A suspected drug dealer appeared to sell narcotics to the occupants of a vehicle.
 
Officer Delaries and other members of the police force arrested the vehicle’s occupants, who not only were wanted by the police on outstanding warrants but had drugs and drug paraphernalia in the car.  The dealer was also apprehended. 
 
In accepting the award, Officer Delaries commended his superiors, notably Detective Brad Freitas and Sergeant Gary Souther, and all the other members of his team.  He recognized the team for their work during the investigation.   Officer Delaries has previously been recognized as “Officer of the Month” in 2006, 2007, and 2009.
 
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Dale Ross said Officer Delaries was the epitome of what police officers are supposed to be.
 
Delaries received a plaque, some gift certificates and lei, and is now eligible to be consider for the Kona Crime Prevention Committee’s “Officer of the Year.”
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Dale Ross said Officer Delaries was the epitome of what police officers are supposed to be.
 
Delaries received a plaque, some gift certificates and lei, and is now eligible to be consider for the Kona Crime Prevention Committee’s “Officer of the Year.”
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