Chloe Mrozak, 24, was arrested for allegedly using a fake COVID-19 vaccine card to visit Oahu. One big flag was that the card specified that she had received two doses of the "Maderna" vaccine in Delaware. (She's a resident of Illinois.) Unfortunately, once police confirmed the card was phony, they weren't able to track her down until she returned to the airport for the flight home. They promptly arrested Mrozac and put her in the pokey with a $2,000 bail. From Hawaii News Now:
[The vaccine card] claimed members of the National Guard there administered the shot, but when authorities checked her medical records with the state, there was no trace of her vaccination.
Investigators tracked her down when she returned to the Daniel K. Inouye international Airport for her departure flight on Saturday.
She was arrested and uttered to the officer that she got her vaccination from her doctor at her doctor's office, and paid for the shot, documents say.