Louisville woman arrested at Kroger, accused of violating quarantine order for third time

Louisville woman arrested at Kroger, accused of violating quarantine order for third time

Louisville woman arrested at Kroger, accused of violating quarantine order for third time

A woman who tested positive for COVID-19 has been arrested for violating her order to self-quarantine for at least the third time.According to a citation, Kendra Burnett, 37, went shopping Monday at the Kroger on South 2nd Street, even though she wasn’t supposed to.COVID-19 in Kentucky, Indiana: The latest headlines and resources to keep you informedAn officer was called to the store after a report was made that a COVID-19-positive person was shopping.When the officer arrived, Burnett was spotted leaving the store. After meeting with a manager, they discovered Burnett had made contact with at least five people inside Kroger and there were nearly 200 people shopping at the time.Burnett was taken into custody. Officers said while in custody, she kicked out the rear taillight and a door handle.A county attorney told the officer Burnett has violated her self-quarantine “approximately three times.”She is now charged with wanton endangerment, contempt of court libel/slander resistance to order and criminal mischief.The citation did not say how much longer Burnett has on her quarantine order, only that it is still in effect.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. —A woman who tested positive for COVID-19 has been arrested for violating her order to self-quarantine for at least the third time.According to a citation, Kendra Burnett, 37, went shopping Monday at the Kroger on South 2nd Street, even though she wasn’t supposed to.
COVID-19 in Kentucky, Indiana: The latest headlines and resources to keep you informedAn officer was called to the store after a report was made that a COVID-19-positive person was shopping.When the officer arrived, Burnett was spotted leaving the store. After meeting with a manager, they discovered Burnett had made contact with at least five people inside Kroger and there were nearly 200 people shopping at the time.Burnett was taken into custody. Officers said while in custody, she kicked out the rear taillight and a door handle.A county attorney told the officer Burnett has violated her self-quarantine “approximately three times.”She is now charged with wanton endangerment, contempt of court libel/slander resistance to order and criminal mischief.The citation did not say how much longer Burnett has on her quarantine order, only that it is still in effect.

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