Toms River Man Charged with 'Defiant' Trespass In Long Branch

A Toms River man was charged with trespassing by going to his ex-wife's work and refusing to leave, according to Monmouth County Courthouse records.

Guiseppe Bilotta went to Charles Widdis Associates on Broadway in Long Branch on May 16 knowing he had a restraining order, according to court records.

He then allegedly refused to leave, according to court records.

Bilotta was arrested on May 16. He was scheduled to appear in court on May 21 at 3 p.m.
Brandy the Dog May 31, 2014 at 12:19 AM
Knowing he has a restraining order, he entered where his ex wife worked and refused to leave? His ex wife is going to have to make some extra security plans! This man appears to have some psychological issues!
. May 31, 2014 at 07:25 AM
Another poor editing job...."going to his ex wife's work". Shouldn't it be "going to where his ex wife works"? Anyway, she better get some more protection somehow. Guys like this don't quit!


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