A Kentucky woman, who was diagnosed with Coronavirus was arrested at a grocery store after violating her self-quarantine order for the third time.
37-year-old Kendra Burnett was diagnosed with COVID-19 and was court-ordered to self-quarantine.
But, she refuses to follow the order.
Kendra was arrested on Monday (April 27) at a Kroger in Louisville, where she was shopping with her mother.
When she was taken into custody, she allegedly kicked out the rear tail light of the squad car and she damaged the interior handle.
Kendra Burnett was charged with one count of contempt of court – libel/slander – resistance to order, one count of second-degree criminal mischief, and five counts of first-degree wanton endangerment.
Police said Burnett had been in contact with five people while inside the store where approximately 200 people were shopping.
Source: NY Post