Three arrested for violating quarantine: Maryland visitor, Aiea resident and Honolulu resident


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HONOLULU (KHON2) — Three people have been arrested for violating the state’s mandatory 14-day quarantine.

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Julia E. Abraham, 23, of Germantown, Maryland, and her host Antoinette Hebron, 22, of Honolulu were arrested after shopping inside a store at a local shopping center on Aug. 25. They were charged and booked and are being held on $2,000 bail.

Brian Alves, 37, of Aiea was also arrested for a quarantine violation on Aug. 25. Someone sent in photos of Alves and the person he was with at the grocery story last Saturday. He was booked, charged, and posted $2,000 bail.

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