Suffolk County Correction Officer Gets Five Years In Prison In Plea Deal In Sexual Abuse Case - 27 East

Suffolk County Correction Officer Gets Five Years In Prison In Plea Deal In Sexual Abuse Case

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Robert Weis being led to his arraignment by Southampton Town Police in April 2019.  PRESS FILE

Robert Weis being led to his arraignment by Southampton Town Police in April 2019. PRESS FILE

authorGreg Wehner on Feb 26, 2020
A man who, as a child, was the victim of sexual abuse at the hands of Robert Weis, a Hampton Bays resident who worked as a Suffolk County Correction officer,... more

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