Freeport man arrested after allegedly inappropriately touching Rockville Centre coffee shop employee | Herald Community Newspapers

A Freeport man was arrested on Sunday at 8:53 a.m. in Rockville Centre for allegedly inappropriately touching a coffee shop employee.

According to a release by the the Nassau County Police Department, Robert Tomo, 35, entered a coffee shop in the village at noon on July 30. Shortly thereafter, he allegedly approached a 21-year-old female from behind and touched her inappropriately.

Police said Tomo, who is a regular patron at the establishment, was told by the employee that his behavior was not OK and he left the business. The next day, he returned to the coffee shop and the employee

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Cops: Man arrested for inappropriately touching Rockville Centre coffee shop employee

Police arrested a man for allegedly inappropriately touching a woman at a local coffee shop.

Nassau County police said that around noon on Friday, Robert Tomo, 35, of Freeport, entered a coffee shop in Rockville Centre where he is a regular patron, approached a 21-year-old female employee from behind and “touched her inappropriately.”

Police said when the victim told Tomo “this was not okay,” he left the location.

But police said Tomo returned to the coffee shop on Sunday morning and the victim called 911 — with responding Rockville Centre police arresting Tomo, charging him with two counts of forcible

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