Rogue tourists arrested as Hawaii tries to curb virus spread

  • A police officer arrives March 28 to tell people to leave Waikiki Beach in Honolulu. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones, File)

  • FILE - In this March 28, 2020, file photo, a couple sits on an empty section of Waikiki Beach in Honolulu. Hawaii law enforcement authorities are cracking down on rogue tourists who are visiting beaches, jetskiing, shopping and generally flouting strict requirements that they quarantine for 14 days after arriving. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones, File)

  • These undated photos provided by the Hawaii Department of Public Safety show Yuliia Andreichenko and Borice Lepovskiy. Hawaii law enforcement authorities are cracking down on rogue tourists who are visiting beaches, jet skiing, shopping and generally flouting strict requirements that they quarantine for 14 days after arriving. When the honeymooning couple, Lepovskiy, 20, and Andreichenko, 26, of Citrus Heights, Calif., arrived at their hotel last week, a front desk manager read them the quarantine order, but they claimed airport staff told them it would be OK to visit friends and go to beaches. They left the hotel. According to the state, they returned after midnight with a pizza, checked in and refused to sign a quarantine agreement. In the morning, they left their room and were arrested when they returned. (Hawaii Department of Public Safety via AP)

  • This undated photo provided by the Hawaii Department of Public Safety shows Leif Anthony Johansen. Hawaii law enforcement authorities are cracking down on rogue tourists who are flouting strict requirements that they quarantine for 14 days after arriving. Johansen, 60, of Truckee, Calif., was supposed to be in quarantine but was spotted jet-skiing off Oahu's famed North Shore. He was later followed to a Costco, where agents from the state attorney general's office arrested him as he was loading groceries into his vehicle.(Hawaii Department of Public Safety via AP)

  • These undated photos provided by the Kauai Police Department show Desiree Marvin, 31, of Alexandria, Va., Adam Schwarze, 36. Hawaii law enforcement authorities are cracking down on rogue tourists who are visiting beaches, jet skiing, shopping and generally flouting strict requirements that they quarantine for 14 days after arriving. Last month, the pair arrived on Kauai and were told to go directly to their hotel. Kauai police stopped them after they were seen going in the opposite direction of their hotel. Schwarze, who police said lives on Oahu and his travel companion, Marvin, were ultimately arrested in the parking lot of a grocery store. (Kauai Police Department via AP)

  • In this undated photo provided by the Hawaii Department of Public Safety is Yuliia Andreichenko. Hawaii law enforcement authorities are cracking down on rogue tourists who are visiting beaches, jet skiing, shopping and generally flouting strict requirements that they quarantine for 14 days after arriving. When a honeymooning couple, Borice Lepovskiy, 20, and Yuliia Andreichenko, 26, of Citrus Heights, Calif., arrived at their hotel last week, a front desk manager read them the quarantine order, but they claimed airport staff told them it would be OK to visit friends and go to beaches. They left the hotel. According to the state, they returned after midnight with a pizza, checked in and refused to sign a quarantine agreement. In the morning, they left their room and were arrested when they returned. (Hawaii Department of Public Safety via AP)

HONOLULU — Hawaii authorities are cracking down on rogue tourists who are visiting beaches, riding personal watercraft, shopping and generally flouting strict requirements that they quarantine for 14 days after arriving.