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Updated: 04/03/2014 08:00:02AM

Dixon found not guilty on charges

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Lorenzo Dixon said a process server who entered his property to serve papers was dressed casually, in flip flops, not in professional attire.

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Lorenzo Dixon said his property is poted against trespassers at the end of his driveway.

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Lorenzo Dixon was found not guilty of a firearms charge, in part, by showing his property was clearly marked with 'no trespassing' signs at the end of his driveway, and a process server should not have approached his residence.

By Steve Bauer

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A 12th judicial circuit judge ruled Arcadia resident Lorenzo Dixon was not guilty of charges of improper exhibition of a rifle and attempt and/or assault.

The charges stem from a July 18, 2013, incident when private process server Zachary Kaufman told Arcadia Police Department officers that Dixon brandished a rifle and pointed it at Kaufman in the driveway as he attempted to serve papers at Dixon’s home.

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