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Those cited entered closed state parks across the islands.
The department says the drones are fitted with public announcement capabilities.
Violators could face up to a $5,000 fine and/or one year in prison.
One of many issues raised by the closures and delays is whether defendants will get legally required “speedy trials.”
Meanwhile, one person at the Oahu jail is being tested for COVID-19 with results still pending.
Anthony Williams ripped off homeowners in several states, prosecutors say. In Hawaii, some of his marks then enticed new victims in their Filipino community.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s comments contradict the CDC and the experience of correctional facilities across the country where coronavirus is spreading rapidly.
The question for already-beleaguered media outlets nationwide is when steps such as furloughs and reduced work schedules can be lifted.
The Supreme Court is considering the proposed releases to avoid a coronavirus outbreak in correctional facilities.