Travelers accused of breaking quarantine set to leave Hawaii

This undated booking photo provided by the Hawaii Police Department shows Eligio Lee Bishop. Bishop, was arrested Thursday, June 11, 2020 with six other men and six women at a home booked via Airbnb in the Hawaiian Paradise Park subdivision in a rural and remote district of the Big Island. They were arrested and charged with violating the state’s mandatory 14-day quarantine put in place in an attempt to protect the islands from the spread of the coronavirus, police said. (Hawaii Police Department via AP)

HONOLULU — 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.