A jury found a 45-year-old Santa Ana man guilty today of breaking into a Garden Grove home last spring, dropping his paints, whipping out his schlong and stroking it in front of a grandmother and her two granddaughters, ages 7 and 9. Ozro Robert Lee was convicted of first-degree residential burglary, indecent exposure after unlawful entry and child annoyance after trespass, which sets him up for a possible eight-year state prison stretch when Orange County Superior Court Judge Gary Paer sentences him in Santa Ana on April 6.
At the time of his arrest in April 2011, the charges included assault because Lee was accused of punching the then-59-year-old grandmother in the crotch before he split. However, testimony emerged during the trial that the woman was never struck by Lee.
She could not yell at the stranger to leave the home due to a stroke she'd previously suffered, which also prevented her from speaking on the witness stand. She wound up nodding yes and no to the questions she was asked.
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The defense claimed Lee merely used the woman's bathroom after the girls had played outdoors with his dog, but Deputy District Attorney Beth Costello successfully argued that the defendant barged into the home uninvited and let the bathroom door open while he stood there shining his manhood for all to see, the Orange County Register reports.
Besides, Costello reportedly told jurors, Lee had no business doing his business in the woman's home since he had a friend who lived across the street.