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Southold Blotter: Greenport man arrested for trespassing

06/30/2018 6:00 AM |

A Greenport man was arrested for trespassing Monday, according to Southold Town police.

An officer on patrol observed Robert Lehmann, 66, on Claudio’s property, who had been warned previously he is not allowed there, police said. He was arrested around 5:30 a.m., was unable to make $100 bail and was held for arraignment, police said.

Claudio’s management signed a trespass affidavit two days prior when he was found on their property, according to police. Mr. Lehmann was advised to leave on Saturday, and he complied, police said.

Mr. Lehmann had been arrested last year for pouring paint over parking spaces at Claudio’s.

• A Southold woman and her husband were kayaking in the Little Peconic Bay area in Southold around 1 p.m. Tuesday when their neighbor exposed his genitals to her while he was tanning, police said. She asked him to stop the behavior, but he ignored her and continued to stand there. She did not press charges for public lewdness, but wanted the incident documented and the man spoken to, police said.

• A Cutchogue woman called police when she discovered a campaign sticker for a 1st Congressional District candidate glued to her windshield while it was parked at her residence last Wednesday, police said.

• A Mattituck man reported both windshields of his car were kicked in some time between June 16 and June 17, police said.

• A Southold man reported his landscaping trailers were broken into sometime during the night last Tuesday, police said. Four leaf blowers, four weed wackers, four hedge trimmers, and two locks, valuing about $3,000 total, according to police.

• Officers responded to reports of youths littering at Robins Island Cove last Tuesday around 3 p.m., police said. Two Cutchogue teens and one Laurel teen were advised to pick up their garbage and not to litter in the water, the report states.

Those who are named in police reports have not been convicted of any crime or violation. The charges against them may later be reduced or withdrawn, or they may be found innocent.

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