Police: Intruder found at Lopez's Hamptons estate

 

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP) – Police say an intruder had been living for a week on Jennifer Lopez's property in the Hamptons while she was away.

Southampton police said Wednesday she had an order of protection against 49-year-old John Dubis of Rhode Island. Information on why the order was obtained wasn't immediately available.

Newsday (http://bit.ly/13HkOkX ) says workers discovered Dubis in the pool house of the Water Mill mansion on Aug. 8.

He was arraigned the following day on charges of burglary, criminal contempt, stalking and possession of burglar tools. He's being held on $100,000 bail. His next court date is Aug. 28.

The publicist for the singer-actress couldn't be reached for comment and it was unclear whether Dubis had a lawyer.

Lopez bought the 3-acre Water Mill mansion in May.

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Information from: Newsday, http://www.newsday.com

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