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Officer Sentenced To Community Service For Invasion Of Privacy

A circuit court judge ordered a Honolulu police officer to perform community service but not serve jail time for an invasion of privacy conviction.

Lieutenant Craig Clissold appeared in court for sentencing Monday. He was arrested in July outside the Hawaii Kai house of Kay Frame. Police say he was watching frame as she got ready for bed.

"Lieutenant Clissold has vicitmized me in my bedroom, the privacy of my own home and I strongly doubt this is the first and only time he watched me through my bedroom window," said Kay Frame.  

Clissold is still on the force as internal affairs investigates. He was also ordered to stay away from Frame who lives just seven doors away.

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