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the former nba Player Lazar Hayward was arrested in Hawaii last week after allegedly falsifying COVID test results in order to escape quarantine.

Hayward, 34, and another man he was traveling with were arrested on Tuesday at Kauai’s Lihue Airport after police were informed that the pair had posted a fake negative COVID-19 test in the state’s safe travel portal. have uploaded the exam results, Hawaii News Now informed of.


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the former Minnesota Timberwolves The forward was accused of unintentional falsification, the station reported.


Police said Hayward uploaded fake documents to escape quarantine. He was later released and returned to the airport, where he took a direct flight to Los Angeles.

Lazar Hayward of the Oklahoma City Thunder shoots against the Milwaukee Bucks at the Bradley Center on April 9, 2012 in Milwaukee, Wis.

Made by Hayward Washington Wizards In 2010 but shortly after the Timberwolves were traded. He played one season before being traded Oklahoma City Thunder. He briefly returned to Minnesota in 2013 before spending time in the G League.

Hayward had a brief NBA career.

Hawaii requires a 10-day traveler quarantine. An Illinois woman was recently arrested after uploading a fake vaccine card that was flagged after misspelling vaccine maker Moderna. New York Post informed of.