Maui Police Department Arrests 14 Offenders

Between June 20, 2020 and August 19, 2020, fourteen (14) people were arrested in Maui County for violating Revised Hawaii Statute 127A-25 and 127A-29 Quarantine Rules and Orders 14 days, set out in the Emergency Proclamations (Covid-19) by Governor David Ige and Mayor Michael Victorino.

June 20, 2020 Patricia Arenas (43 years old) from Kihei was arrested for rules and orders (2 counts). She was then released after posting $ 4,000 bail.

June 20, 2020 William Duhadway (53) of Pennsylvania was arrested on charges of rules and orders. He was then released pending investigation (RPI) and returned home voluntarily.

June 30, 2020 Suzanna Simeone (42) from California was arrested on rules and orders (2 counts). She was subsequently released without charge (RNC). She was held under a full extradition warrant outside the state of California, pending extradition.

July 18, 2020 Tony Shabanaj (37) of Michigan was arrested on Rules and Orders (2 counts). He was then released after posting $ 4,000 bail.

July 27, 2020 Valerie Villeso (54) of Arizona was arrested for rules and orders. She was then released to an outside agency (TOT).

July 29, 2020 Tiani Valle (25) from Kula was arrested on charges of rules and orders (2 counts). She was then released after posting $ 4,000 bail.

July 29, 2020 Lisa Bucek (43) from Lahaina was arrested on charges of rules and orders (2 counts). She was then released after posting $ 4,000 bail.

July 30, 2020 Joseph Sanvidotto (74) from Maalalea was arrested for rules and orders (2 counts). He was then released after posting $ 4,000 bail.

July 30, 2020 Zachary Bailey (30) from Lahaina was arrested on Rules and Orders (2 counts). He was then released after posting $ 4,000 bail.

August 8, 2020, Richard Treasure (18) of California was arrested on Rules and Orders (2 counts). He was then released on his own initiative (MMR).

Aug 12, 2020 Naciye Toraman (51) from Paia was arrested on charges of rules and orders (2 counts), regarding the operation of short-term rentals, guest houses and TVR quarantine violations. She was then released after posting $ 4,000 bail.

On August 10, 2020, Mercedes New (32) of Georgia was arrested on charges of rules and orders (2 counts). He was then released RPI.

August 17, 2020 Charlet Dupar (36) of Illinois, was arrested on rules and orders (2 counts). His bond was set at $ 4,000.00. She was then released in the district court.

August 17, 2020 Michelle Cadenas (28) of Illinois, was arrested on Rules and Orders (2 counts). His bond was set at $ 4,000.00. She was then released in the district court.

A reminder on the 14-day traveler quarantine:

** You must self-quarantine for 14 days if you arrived in the state of Hawaii after March 26, 2020 – the mandatory quarantine has been extended to September 1, 2020 for all travelers entering Hawaii.

Proceed directly from the airport to your designated quarantine location, which is the location identified and confirmed by you on the Hawaii Department of Agriculture’s Mandatory Plant and Animal Declaration Form.

Stay in your designated quarantine location for a period of 14 days or for the duration of your stay in the State of Hawaii? I, whichever is shorter.

-If you are a resident, your designated quarantine location is your place of residence.

-If you are a visitor, your designated quarantine location is your hotel room or rented accommodation.

-You may only leave your designated quarantine location for medical emergencies or to seek medical treatment.

Do not visit any public space, including, but not limited to swimming pools, meeting rooms, fitness centers, or restaurants.

Do not allow visitors to enter or exit your designated quarantine location other than a physician, healthcare provider, or person authorized to enter the quarantine location designated by the director of HIEMA.

Comply with any rules or protocols related to your quarantine as defined by your hotel or rented accommodation.

If you get sick with a fever or cough:

-Continue to stay in the designated quarantine location, avoid contact with others, and contact a healthcare practitioner for further treatment or testing instructions.

-If you are older or have health problems (eg, Immune deficiency, diabetes, asthma), consult your healthcare professional.

-If you think you may need medical attention, contact a health care provider and advise them of your travel history.

-If you need urgent medical attention (eg, if you have difficulty breathing), call 9-1-1 and inform the dispatcher of your travel history).

Travelers will be responsible for getting to their quarantine location. Violation of this order is a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of up to $ 5,000 or one year in prison.

If you are requesting an exemption, please visit Hawaii.gov or email [email protected]

Press Release 08-108-20 Maui Police Department

Image courtesy of the Maui Police Department

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