First subpoenas for violation of travel ban in New York State: source


STATEN ISLAND, NY – The first subpoenas for violating statewide quarantine orders were issued by the New York City Sheriff’s Department on Friday, according to a police source.A vehicle was stopped on the Goethals Bridge on Friday afternoon, the source said. During the stop, the driver and passenger each admitted to being in South Carolina for a week, after being back for 5 days. They admitted that they had not been quarantined.

Then they refused to fill out the required travel form. depending on the source.

In addition, the driver also allegedly drove the vehicle without a valid driver’s license.

The driver and passenger received two citations each: one for violating the decree and one for violating public health law for failing to comply with the travel advisory.

Each summons could be accompanied by a fine of up to $ 2,000 at the discretion of the judge.

The driver also received a ticket for driving without a license.


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