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Hawai‘i Island Police Arrest Woman Under Governor’s Emergency Proclamation

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Hawaiʻi Island Police arrested a Kailua Kona woman for Prohibited Acts after she violated Governor’s David Ige’s Emergency Order to stay-at-home.

Carissa Glende, 43, was first cited for throwing a rock at a window of a home in Captain Cook, in violation of a court order.

Since she was not at her current place of residence, Hawaiʻi Island police also arrested the woman for violation of the state’s Emergency Management order.

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She was subsequently charged for both offenses and bail has been set at $4000.  Glende is presently at the Kona Police Station Cellblock, awaiting the next court appearance.

Hawaiʻi Island Police report that 43-year-old Carissa Glende of Kailua-Kona was arrested for Violation of Order (586-11 HRS) after she went to a residence at the 82-6000 block of Anoi Place in Captain Cook, and threw a rock at a window and started an argument with occupants of the home, which violated a court order.

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