“Observed Adams in Kualoa Regional Park with two other males standing, looking at the view taking pictures,” the police officer wrote within the quotation. “They moved to the center of the park to take more pictures. Adams put his mask on as he walked back toward their vehicle.”
The officer wrote that Adams advised police he was on the town to work with Hawaii Governor David Y Ige on the state’s coronavirus response and didn’t know the parks had been closed and thus he could not be there.
Adams has a courtroom date set for October 21, based on courtroom data. The courtroom has arrange a distant listening to through Zoom for Adams to take part.
Adams’ lawyer Michael Green declined to remark to CNN.
The Honolulu Police Department stated that it has issued 29,000 warnings, 68,000 citations and made 450 arrests for violations of the emergency order. The penalty for violating the emergency orders is a positive of as much as $5,000 and one yr in jail.