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Judge: Alleged molester in Racine can stay in home

RACINE, Wis. (AP) – A Racine County judge is allowing a man accused of assaulting an 8-year-old neighbor to stay in his home.

Sixty-year-old Robert Lambkin is charged with first-degree sexual assault of a child. He allegedly molested the girl Feb. 12 while she was walking through an alley near her Racine home.

A court commissioner set a $10,000 signature bond for Lambkin Feb. 13 and ordered him confined on house arrest, noting Lambkin walks with a crutch and has heart problems.

But The Journal Times reports prosecutors later filed a request that Lambkin change residences because the girl had panic attacks from hearing his voice while she was outside.

On Friday, Racine County Circuit Judge Tim Boyle ordered that all shades be drawn inside Lambkin’s home and he cannot venture out if the girl is outside.

Information from: The Journal Times, http://www.journaltimes.com

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