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How deep does the drug problem run at the Halawa correctional facility? All new tonight . KITV4 digs through the records. Good evening and thanks for joining us, I'm Paula Akana. And I'm Kenny Choi in for Yunji DeNies. After the arrest of two corrections officers for alleged "ice" dealing inside the facility. KITV4 set out to discover whether guards have been caught USING drugs as well. Our Andrew Pereira has the results of random drug testing and joins us with more. Andrew? Kennny, Paula. The results show the Department of Public Safety is doing a good job in making sure corrections officers ARE clean and sober. The arrests of Halawa prison guards James Sanders and Mark Damas blew the lid off a sobering problem. Drugs keep finding their way into Hawaii's prisons, and sometimes it's apparently the GOOD GUYS turning bad. TED SAKAI: "WE BELIEVE A LOT OF IT IS GANG RELATED AND THE GANGS HAVE A WAY OF REACHING THEIR TENTACLES INTO THE COMMUNITY. SO, WE'RE ALL TOGETHER IN TRYING TO STOP THIS." Part of the dragnet by the Department of Public Safety involves the random drug testing of adult corrections officers. Under a collective bargaining agreement with United Public Workers, prison guards can be randomly tested without warning for illegal drugs like cocaine, marijuana and ice. TED SAKAI: "HIS WATCH COMMANDER IMMEDIATELY GOES TO THE OFFICER AND SAYS, 'YOU HAVE TO GO FOR A TEST RIGHT NOW.' SO, THERE'S REALLY NO NOTICE GIVEN TO THE EMPLOYEE." Under DPS policy, commanders are in the same room as a prison guard submits a urine sample. In 2012, 136 guards out of the 305 working at Halawa were given a random drug test, or 44.5 percent. Nearly the same number submitted to random testing the following year. For both years, not one positive result at Halawa. At OCCC, 188 guards out of the 375 at the prison submitted to random drug testing in 2012, or more than half. The number of guards tested in 2013 was about the same. However, four guards did test positive for drug use, a very small percentage. SEN. WILL ESPERO: "IT DOES APPEAR THEY ARE GETTING A GOOD NUMBER TESTED AND HOPEFULLY THEY ARE ROTATING THOSE AND RANDOMLY CHOOSING THEM SO THAT EVERYBODY WILL GET TESTED AT ONE POINT OR ANOTHER OVER A YEAR OR TWO OR THREE AT THE MOST." Any guard who fails a random drug test is suspended for 20 days and offered drug treatment. After a second positive result, the guard is fired. However drug dealers are not necessarily drug users, and its not known if Sanders or Damas ever tested positive drugs. That's why DPS monitors corrections officers for changes in behavior that could prompt so called testing for cause. TED SAKAI: "AND IF WE DO AND WE CAN DOCUMENT THAT, THEN WE CAN SEND THE EMPLOYEE FOR A CAUSE TESTING, FOR A CAUSE TEST." Sakai says the random drug testing policy has been in place since 2000. Both Sanders and Damas remain free on bond as they await trial on federal drug trafficking charges. Paula? 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Give that winning smile, or look angry when the music is at its most passionate melodies. Communicate to the audience with both your moves and your body language. If you think you and your partner are ready, then it is time to join local ballroom competitions. Then you can work your way through qualifying tournaments, so that you can make your wayto thetop. Women Nike Free Run 2 Shield Stealth Black Yellow Grey Quilted T Another short timer who was significant as much for what he did not do as for what he did was Dickie Thon. He only had 33 HR and 172 RBIs during his time with the Astros but what everyone remembers and shakes their head about was his 1983 season at the age of 25 a SS (before steroids) who hit 20 HR and had 79 RBIs with 34 SBs. What might he have done if he was not almost killed by a Mike Torrez fast ball? I also nod here to Willy T and to Tal's Hill both unique contributors to our past and present. U I was about to stretch and go with Union Station, but Chip reminded me of a "U" that all of us see every time we go to MMP but few of us know. Sitting among the very famous Astros with retired numbers is an obscure name Jim Umbricht. He pitched very effectively for the Astros. In two seasons, he had an 8 3 record with a 2.33 ERA. Unfortunately, he had to pitch the second season while battling cancer and died in 1964 at the age of 33 of melanoma. His ashes were scattered over Colt Stadium and the Colt 45s renamed their MVP award for him. V To me, Bill Virdon was the first manager that we hired that was not either over the hill, just a name or a cheap stop gap. He had just left the Yankees managerial merry go round and took us from respectability to our first playoff appearances. Another guy, like Dierker, who probably did not deserve to be fired. Super sub Jose Vizcaino gets a not here also. W Jimmy Wynn, the Toy Cannon, edges out Don Wilson one of our toughest luck pitchers and Astros' ever. Jimmy put up better career numbers than Roger Maris while playing in a black hole of a stadium with little protection you could look it up. Wilson ended up only 12 games above .500 despite a career ERA of 3.15. He threw two no hitters (and was pulled for a pinch hitter in the 8th inning of a third) and died of carbon monoxide poisoning with his car running in his garage. Wags was great just a step below to me and Ed Wade needs a good bit more time to join these guys. X Again an almost non existent list but I pick the X Man, Xavier Hernandez, who was a solid reliever and spot starter in the early 90s before coming back for one short swan song. I've met him before and he was a really nice guy, too. Y Another one of those tough letters to fill. I'm going with Gerald Young over Eric Yelding. Gerald was one of a series of light hitting CFs, best known for his speed and stealing bases. Unfortunately, he was also known for getting caught leading the league in caught stealing two years in a row. Z Greg Zaun played about 130 games for the Astros and hit only 4 HRs but one of those was an extremely memorable moment for me as he slugged a walk off grand slam HR to win one against the Diamondbacks at a day game I attended in 2002. I will never forget it. So, bring it on. I know I probably have missed a few along the way and I know there has to be some disagreements. This is not science just opinion so who do you think is the most significant Astro for each letter of the alphabet? Take a complete review of all the alphabet and offer your suggestions, overviews and rebuttals. Please enable JavaScript to view the Featured Perspectives by Versa. H / Bill H Wow was a tough letter. I loved Jimmy Wynn and Don Wilson and Billy Wags (and Watson was up there, too). It is hard to explain to people what it was like to see someone Wynn size with that much power. In baseball reference he is listed as 5 and 160 lbs and I would be surprised if he was even 5 and was more like 155 lbs. For reference Adam Everett is listed as 6 and 180 lbs. He generated enough power with a huge quick swing to hit balls into the stratosphere upper deck in the Dome, onto the freeway outside Crosley, over the 460 foot centerfield fence at Forbes. His 37 HR in 1967 before the Dome fences were moved in and before the pitching mounds were lowered in 1969 would have been 55 today. H Its Dopirak and thanks for clarifying his minor league FA status. Perhaps that is Koby in 2 more years when he is 26. Also, if I rewrote this I would probably go with Zinter as my Z. Bill H Thanks for bringing Valeverde to the table. He probably was the most accomplished V player we have had. It would be nice if the 2 picks turn into real players. Yes, I thought about Lowell a bit when I mentioned Willy T for the T we could have a Dos Equis (Spanish for double X) if we sign Mr. Ximello. Brian T I sure the city of Cleveland misses Bob Feller sorely today. I especially like the Feller sentiment that the true heroes were the ones who did not return. T Miguel Tejada, Dickie Thon, Eddie Taubensee, Willy Taveras, Johnny Temple, Hector Torres. My favorite was Dickie Thon getting him from the California Angels for pitcher Ken Forsch. It was sad that Thon get hit in the eye that miss up his career. and love Willy Taveras U Jim Umbright Cecil Upshaw. My favorite is Jim Umbright. I can believe he had his brother spread Jim Umbright aches close to the Astrosdome floor. V Jose Valverde, David Veras, 1994 1995; Bill Virdon manager 544 522 W Well I have a lot of them to tell about here is my list Jimmy Wynn, Bob Watson, Billy Wagner, Don Wilson, Carl Warwick, Harry Walker, Ty Wigginton, Mitch Williams, Randy Wolf, Dan Wheeler,Glenn Wilson, Denny Walling, Hal Woodeshick. My favorites are Jimmy Wynn the reason is cause my mom dad took me to my first major league baseball game I saw the Astros play the San Francisco Giants when Jimmy Wynn hit 3 Home Runs On June 15 1967. And my other favorite was Don Wilson pitching the No hitters including against the Atlanta Braves striking out Hank Aaron 3 times. X Xavier Hernandez. He was a Rule 5 pick up he did OK while been a Astro. Y Eric Yelding, Gerald Young, Jim York, My favorites are Eric Yelding Gerald Young both had some speed. Z Well I just have one Ben Zobrist, What would he had done if the Astros kept him. We will never know. Thanks Chip I had a blast doing this. T I know who Lowell would put here, but I have to go with DICKIE THON, who was yet another Astro whose career tragically cut short. (I used to think the team was cursed). I saw that beaning on TV and it was gruesome. Oh what might have been.

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