A Honolulu police major has had his powers suspended after a temporary restraining order was granted against him.
According to the TRO filing, Kristopher Aiana says Maj. Ryan Borges called him on December 28 and told him that he didn’t want him to date his daughter.
In the filing, Aiana says he called Borges after receiving a series of private phone calls and decided to record the conversation. Aiana told Borges, “I feel threatened and like I’m getting harassed by you.”
According to the report, Borges said, “Where do you want to meet so that I can beat you?” Aiana then hung up. He said he felt threatened and saved the recording.
In the report, Aiana wrote, “I hardly got any sleep that night thinking he could come to my house and hurt or may even kill me.”
A psychologist diagnosed Aiana with an adjustment disorder with anxiety.
KHON2 reached out to Borges for comment. He responded in a text, “I am unable to make any comments until after the court hearing.”
Honolulu police confirm Borges remains on the job, but his gun and badge were removed. He heads District 4 in Windward Oahu.
He had been with the department since 1983.
A court hearing is set for April 23.