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Friday, August 12, 2022

Pair arrested in sexual encounter at Lake Sumter Landing pavillion

David Alan Bobilya
David Alan Bobilya
Pair arrested in sexual encounter at Lake Sumter Landing pavillion
Margaret Ann Klemm

A Villager and a man nearly 20 years her junior were arrested on disorderly conduct and indecent exposure charges after a deputy found them having sex at the pavilion at Lake Sumter Landing Market Square.

The incident took place at about 10:30 p.m. Monday.

Arrested were Margaret Ann Klemm, 68, of The Villages, and David Alan Bobilya, 49, of Summerfield.

The deputy’s report indicated that Klemm’s pants had been removed and her shirt was pulled down. The report also indicated that Bobilya’s jeans and underwear were down around his ankles.

When the deputy arrived on the scene, he ordered the couple to dress.

During the investigation, it was revealed that Klemm had recently been arrested in Sumter County for driving under the influence, the arrest report said. She told the deputy the charge had been reduced and she was told to report to probation soon.

Both Klemm and Bobilya were transported to the Sumter County Jail.

The Pavilion at Market Square is a place for entertainment and prestige. In addition to nightly entertainment, the stage has been a place from which many prominent politicians have addressed Villagers. Those big names include Mitt Romney, Gov. Rick Scott and George W. Bush.


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