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The private company hired by the state to provide security at Hawaii airports said on Friday that it’s investigating allegations that four of its employees accepted bribes while working at the Honolulu International Airport.
The results of an undercover investigation by the FBI and agents from the Attorney General’s office says the indictment of the employees is due to their accepting more than $3,000 from taxi and shuttle drivers in exchange for letting the drivers break the rules.
Securitas said they could not comment on the indictment or the status of the employees.
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