Gilbert woman arrested in Hawaii for violating state's stay-at-home order

A teen from Gilbert has been arrested in Hawaii for violating the state's strict quarantine order.

The Department of the Attorney General in Hawaii says 18-year-old Alyza Alder was arrested at a fast food restaurant in Lāiʻe after a citizen reported her to authorities for violating emergency rules.

According to Hawaii officials, Alder was posting photos of herself on the beach just days after arriving in Hawaii.

Alder had arrived in O'ahu on May 6 and was seen posting photos of herself swimming in beaches on May 8.

Alder reportedly had just moved to the island to start work at the fast food restaurant. Investigators say she started her job at the restaurant while she should have still been under quarantine.

Any visitor coming into Hawaii must quarantine for 14 days.

“We are asking abide by our state’s 14-day self-quarantine order," said Hawaii Attorney General Clare Connors. "The 14-day self-quarantine rules protect everyone’s health and safety."

The teen is being held on a $2,000 bond.