So looking through your debug logs, it looks like the Telnet driver is having issues on the Hubitat controller (hence the Java errors). Since you're getting the telnet session opened, that is a sign that the Pi is configured with telnet correctly so we can rule out base connectivity issues.
Have you tried running the WyzeBridge software manually? You can do this by connecting to your Pi with SSH and the supplied credentials. Once logged in, run the following command:
sudo reset && sudo sh -c /home/pi/WyzeSensePy-master/hubitat.py
If it runs successfully, you should see some output showing the USB information and then you can test a sensor (if you have one paired). If you get an error here, post that because that may tell us what is going on. Likely the telnet command/script is getting an unexpected result and throwing an error in the driver handler. To close that window, just CTRL-C to close it and log out (exit) the SSH session.
Let me know what you find.