Villager arrested after being booted from Dunkin Donuts at Southern Trace

Dolores Ann Lezott

A 60-year-old resident of the Village of Belvedere was arrested Tuesday morning after she was asked to leave Dunkin Donuts at Southern Trace Plaza.

When a Sumter County sheriff’s deputy arrived at Dunkin Donuts at about 6:30 a.m., the on-duty manager reported that Dolores Ann Lezott had gotten into an argument with a customer. Lezott had then refused to leave.

Lezott, who was in the parking lot, told the deputy she had gotten into an argument with the manager and she wanted to go back in and yell at him.

The manager wanted Lezott trespassed from the store, but when the deputy handed Lezott a written trespass order, she threw it on the ground.

She initially got into her golf cart to leave, but then claimed she couldn’t get around the deputy’s patrol car. She refused to leave and was taken into custody at about 7 a.m.

She was booked on a charge of trespassing at the Sumter County Detention Center. Bond was set at $1,000.