Man Arraigned For Exposing Himself To A Hotel Worker While Purchasing A Snickers Bar

A Yarmouth Port man appeared in Nantucket District Court Monday facing charges that allege he exposed himself to a hotel worker multiple times while attempting to purchase a Snickers bar and pick up towels for his hotel room.

Ciaran A. Lombardozzi, 26, of Yarmouth Port, was arraigned on a Nov. 5 charge of open and gross lewdness. He had a not-guilty plea entered on his behalf and was ordered to return to court Feb. 22 for a pretrial hearing.

According to the statement of facts provided by the court, officer Meghan Giacalone was dispatched to an island hotel on November 5 for the report that a hotel guest, later identified as Ciaran Lombardozzi, exposed his genitals to an employee the night prior.

Giacalone spoke to a hotel manager and the employee who Lombardozzi allegedly exposed himself to. The employee said Lombardozzi exposed himself twice to them.

The employee went on to explain that at approximately 11:10 p.m. on Nov. 4, Lombardozzi entered the hotel lobby to purchase a snickers bar and that the employee noticed Lombardozzi’s pants unzipped with his genitals exposed.

The employee said they were shocked by the exposure and pointed out to Lombardozzi that his zipper was down, but he did not adjust his denim pants to cover his exposed genitals once he was made aware. He proceeded to leave the lobby.

The employee said ten minutes later Lombardozzi returned to the lobby to collect towels for his room, but this time he had changed his look. He had athletic shorts on with his genitals exposed over the waistband.

The employee said Lombardozzi proceeded to approach them at the front desk and lifted his t-shirt up to expose his genitals even further to them. The employee stated they were shocked and terrified by Lombardozzi’s actions.

In other Nantucket District Court news this week, after completing one year of probation on Aug. 25, 2019 charges of assault and battery and accost/annoy another person, Shane Hanlon, 26, of Nantucket, had his probation terminated.

After being continued without a finding for 60 days, Exequiel Martinez, 24, of East Providence, Rhode Island, had a May 24 charge of larceny under $1,200 dismissed.

Joseph Mark Ranney, 33, of Nantucket, was arraigned on an Oct. 11 charge of larceny under $250. He had a not-guilty plea entered on his behalf and was ordered to return to court Feb. 14 for a pretrial hearing.

A June 16, 2019 charge of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol (second offense) will be continued without a finding for one year against Mark T. Reid, 58, of Nantucket. He was ordered to forfeit his license for 45 days, complete a driver alcohol education program, and comply with random alcohol testing for six months. He was ordered to pay a $250 program fee, $250 head-injury fee, $50 victim-witness fee, $50 OUI assessment fee, and $65 per month in probation fees.

A charge of negligent operation of a motor vehicle stemming from the same incident was dismissed.

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