18 people arrested over quarantine remain jailed in Hawaii

  • Eligio Bishop

  • In these undated photos provided by Kendra Carter, Eligio and Eliana Bishop pose in Atlanta. Bishop is a leader of a group that traveled to Hawaii earlier this month. He and 20 other members of the group were arrested for violating Hawaii's traveler quarantine, meant to protect the islands from the spread of the coronavirus. He pleaded no contest and was released, but he's waiting for 18 others to be released. (Kendra Carter via AP)

  • In these undated photos provided by Kendra Carter, Eligio and Eliana Bishop pose in Atlanta. Bishop is a leader of a group that traveled to Hawaii earlier this month. He and 20 other members of the group were arrested for violating Hawaii's traveler quarantine, meant to protect the islands from the spread of the coronavirus. He pleaded no contest and was released, but he's waiting for 18 others to be released. (Kendra Carter via AP)

  • FILE - This undated file booking photo provided by the Hawaii Police Department shows Eligio Bishop. Carbon Nation, a group of 21 travelers arrested on suspicion of violating Hawaii's coronavirus quarantine order, have agreed to leave the state because of threats from residents, a member of the group said Monday, June 15, 2020. Court documents say members of the group were seen at a beach park on June 8. A video posted on YouTube showed their leader, Bishop, petting a sea turtle, police said in the documents. (Hawaii Police Department via AP, File)

HONOLULU — Most of the 21 people who call themselves a misunderstood, nature-loving family, remained jailed Tuesday over allegedly violating Hawaii’s traveler quarantine, even after they agreed to return to Los Angeles.