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Cult/Tribe Arrested for violating the Hawaii mandatory 14-day quarantine.

by Thunda

Report No. 20-044157

Hawaiʻi Island Police have arrested and charged 21 visitors for violating the state’s mandatory 14-day quarantine order in violation of Governor David Ige’s 7th Supplementary Proclamation and Mayor Harry Kim’s Emergency Rule No. 4, related to the COVID-19 Emergency.

On Wednesday afternoon (June 10) following up on tips from the public and on social media, police arrested 5 men and 3 women at a residence on Pikake Street in the Fern Forrest subdivision of Puna. On Thursday morning (June 11) police arrested 13 additional individuals, 6 females and 7 males, at a residence on Railroad Avenue in the Hawaiian Paradise Park subdivision of Puna. The address some of the individuals were arrested at was not the address they declared to officials upon arrival in the state. Additionally, some of the individuals arrested were also observed at a beach park in Hilo on the day they arrived.

The individuals arrested at the Pikake Street residence on (June 10) for the offense of Prohibited Acts under Emergency Management in violation of Section 127A-29 of the Hawaiʻi Revised Statutes as amended have been identified as:

  • 29-year-old female, Shenise Gould or Maryland (1-count, bail $2,000.)
  • 22-year-old female, Brianna Jacobs of Georgia (1-count, bail $2,000.)
  • 22-year-old female, Jayon-Marie Hamilton of California (2-counts, bail $4,000.)
  • 24-year-old male, Jacob Benton of California (2-counts, bail $4,000.)
  • 21-year-old male, Ishmael Goodwine of South Carolina (1-count, bail $2,000.)
  • 20-year-old male, Armon Palmer of Iowa (1-count, bail $2,000.)
  • 23-year-old male, Denedric Johnson of Texas (1-count, bail $2,000.)
  • 23-year-old male, Jazz Lee or Florida (1-count, bail $2,000.)

The individuals arrested at the Railroad Avenue residence on (June 11) have been identified as:

  • 38-year-old male, Eligio Lee Bishop of Georgia (2-counts, bail $4,000.)
  • 19-year-old male, Amaar Jawaid of South Carolina (1-count, bail $2,000.)
  • 26-year-old male, Logan Leathers of Maine (1-count, bail $2,000.)
  • 39-year-old male, Malcolm Gadson of Pennsylvania (1-count, bail $2,000.)
  • 25-year-old male, Courtney Townsend of Georgia (1-count, bail $2,000.)
  • 31-year-old male, Aaron Dixon of Georgia (1-count, bail $2,000.)
  • 25-year-old male, Daylin Armstead of Maryland (1-count, bail $2,000.)
  • 33-year-old female, Porchae Wade of California (2-counts, bail $4,000.)
  • 22-year-old female, Tinisha Dulay of Louisiana (2-counts, bail $4,000.)
  • 25-year-old female, Jenae Newell of Georgia (2-counts, bail $4,000.)
  • 22-year-old female, Kayla Buckner of Tennessee (1-count, bail $2,000.)
  • 27-year-old female, Nikkia Nunes of Colorado (1-count, bail $2,000.)
  • 39-year-old female, Sybil Ferere of New York (1-count, bail $2,000.)

The owner of the Pikake Street residence, 42-year-old Tylea Fuhrmann, was also arrested and charged for violating County of Hawai’i Mayor Kim’s COVID-19 Emergency Rule No. 4, prohibiting the operation of “short-term vacation rentals,” which have been deemed non-essential during the proclamation period. Her bail is set at $2,000.

Tylea Fuhrmann has posted bail and has since been released

Amidst online rumors. The 21 visitors arrested remain in police custody in lieu of bail. with their next court appearances scheduled for June 24 and 25.

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