Maui police arrest Michigan visitor for allegedly violating travel quarantine rules

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HONOLULU (KHON2) — Maui police arrested 37-year-old Christopher Naab on Tuesday, Sept. 7, for allegedly violating the rules and orders of the travel quarantine.

Police said Naab did not have a negative pre-travel COVID-test from an approved facility when he arrived on Maui from Oakland.

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Naab also did not have an approved place to complete the mandatory 10-day travel quarantine, police said, and the Michigan visitor was taken to the Wailuku Police Station.

According to police, Naab volunteered to leave Maui and fly back to Oakland.

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