Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Kansas Coronavirus Lockdown Arrest

A different kind of quarantine that's less safe and horribly uncomfortable . . .

Kansas man violating coronavirus quarantine order arrested and jailed, sheriff says

A Kansas man has been arrested and jailed after allegedly violating a quarantine order amid the coronavirus pandemic. Barton County officials said in a Facebook post that Sheriff Brian Bellendir informed county commissioners of the arrest during Monday's commission meeting. The sheriff said that a resident was uncooperative with the county health department and refused to follow orders.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

He'll win a nice fancy lawsuit. How many at yesterdays big virus testing drive through were ordered to go home and stay home under penalty of being arrested if they didn't? Just because you test positive as I understand it don't mean you can still pass it around.

Byron Funkhouser said...

^^Dangerous ignorance.