Ex-Honolulu police chief’s home for sale during foreclosure

HONOLULU — The home of a retired Honolulu police chief and his former prosecutor wife is for sale while their lender forecloses on the property and the couple faces corruption-related charges.

The asking price for Louis and Katherine Kealoha’s Hawaii Kai home is $1.3-million.

A foreclosure lawsuit alleges the Kealohas defaulted on a $1-million mortgage. The lawsuit was filed last year, after a federal grand jury indicted the Kealohas, accusing them of framing Katherine Kealoha’s uncle in an attempt to discredit him in a family, financial dispute. They pleaded not guilty.

A judge allowed the lender to sell the four-bedroom home in Hawaii Kai, an upscale neighborhood.

The listing says the home “captures island living” with custom travertine floors, renovated kitchen and heated pool.

An open house is scheduled for Sunday.

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