Two California residents arrested for Hawaii quarantine violation


By KITV Web Staff

Honolulu – On Thursday morning Special Agents from the AG’s Investigations Division arrested two Fresno, California residents for violating the Hawaii’s COVID-19 quarantine rules.

22-year-old Miriam Rosas and 34-year-old Abel Rosas were arrested after an alert had been sent out to Waikiki hotels.

Agents say the pair attempted to check into one hotel on Tuesday without evidence of a COVID-19 test or exemption. After being told they needed to go into mandatory quarantine they refused to check in and left.

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The alert resulted in agents learning the couple’s location. They had checked into another hotel on the pretense of being Hawai’i residents.

Bail has been set at $2,000 each and as of now the pair were still in custody, unable to post bail.

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Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment


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