Seven officers now sergeants
Seven Maui County police officers have been promoted to the rank of sergeant.
* Oscar Martin Del Campo, who began his police career in August 1991, graduating in the 43rd Recruit Class. His first assignment was as an undercover officer in the Vice Division before he transferred to the Wailuku and Lahaina patrol divisions. He was assigned to the Crime Reduction Unit in Lahaina in 1996 and as a fugitive investigator with the Warrant Task Force in 1997. The following year, he became certified as a field training officer.
Martin Del Campo was transferred to the Kihei Patrol Division in 2007. In 2008, he became an instructor of the cultural awareness program in the police academy. He was transferred to the Juvenile Crime Prevention Section last year.
Martin Del Campo attended Kaimuki High School and Honolulu Community College. He served in the U.S. Army Reserve and Hawaii Army National Guard.
Martin Del Campo has four daughters – Andrea, Kiana, Selena and Brandi.
* Mark Hada, who joined the Maui Police Department in July 1997. He was assigned to the Wailuku Patrol Division, Receiving Desk and Hana Patrol Division before returning to Wailuku, where he served as a field training officer. In 2003, Hada was promoted to the Traffic Section’s DUI Task Force and became a certified DUI instructor and drug recognition expert. He remained with the DUI Task Force until 2011, when he transferred to the Kihei Patrol Division and again served as a field training officer.
Hada lives in Wailuku with his family.
* Frank “Keoni” Abreu, who began his police career in September 1993. After graduating from the police academy, he was assigned to the Receiving Desk and Lanai Patrol District. In 2005, he was transferred to the Wailuku Patrol Division, where he served as a field training officer. In 2010, Abreu was transferred to the school resource officer program in the Upcountry area, working at Kalama Intermediate and King Kekaulike High schools and Kamehameha Schools Maui.
Abreu is married to Cindy and has three daughters – Frankie, 21, Charlie, 13, and Jonnie, 8 – and a son, Frank, 16.
* Lee Ann Galario-Guzman, who began her MPD career in December 2000. After graduating from the police academy, she was assigned to the Wailuku Patrol Division. She was assigned to the Hana Patrol Division for a year before returning to Wailuku patrol. In 2012, Galario-Guzman was assigned to the Internal Affairs Section as a background investigator. The following year, she transferred to the Community Relations Section as a Drug Abuse Resistance Education officer.
Galario-Guzman is married to Rolando and has two daughters, Emmaleeann and Kawehi.
* Edith “Nu’uanu” Quintero, who began her MPD career in March 2001. She was assigned to the Wailuku Patrol Division, served one year in the Molokai Patrol Division, then returned to Wailuku patrol. In 2008, she transferred to the Internal Affairs Section as a background investigator. In 2012, she transferred to the Community Relations Section as a DARE officer.
Quintero is married to Armando and has two daughters – Averi and Clante – and a son, Justin.
* Mike Crowe, who started his law enforcement career with the Los Angeles Police Department in 1995, working assignments in South Central Los Angeles, including on the CRASH (gang unit) and Domestic Violence Unit. In 2002, he returned home to Maui and joined MPD. He worked in the Kihei Patrol Division before being assigned to be a full-time member of the Special Response Team.
Crowe lives on the north shore with his wife, Joan.
* Michael McCutcheon, who began his MPD career in November 2002. For the first five years, he was assigned to the Wailuku, Lahaina and Molokai patrol divisions. In 2008, he was assigned to be the school resource officer at Molokai High School.
McCutcheon has been married to his wife, Natasha, for 17 years and has four children – Brayden, 17, Shaely-Nicole, 14, Jordyn-Victoria, 10, and Jarryn Christopher, 6.
The promotions took effect June 16.