New York man arrested after harassing restaurant patrons
Police responded to Fuji's Restaurant Tuesday (Nov. 23) evening after receiving complaints of a man acting erratically in the parking lot.
Lehman Greene, 47, of Katonah, N.Y., was charged with second-degree breach of peace, driving while intoxicated and failure to drive right, after police said he confronted restaurant patrons and started swearing at a Trader Joe's employee. The manager of Fuji's said Greene and another person had ordered drinks and food but then left before the food was served, police said.
Greene was observed driving away in a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee, police said. While checking the area, an officer observed a Jeep Grand Cherokee swerving from side to side and then enter an oncoming traffic lane before being stopped, police said.
Greene had glassy, bloodshot eyes and was unsteady on his feet, police said. He was also verbally abusive and uncooperative, police said.
Greene posted a $250 bond and has a court date of Dec. 6.
-- Ben Holbrook