Case against Protentis continued to Nov. 21
HINGHAM —The case against Lakeville resident and State Senate candidate Russell Protentis has been continued to Nov. 21 in Hingham District Court, according to information provided by the clerk’s office.
Protentis was charged with open and gross lewdness and accosting/annoying another person after he allegedly exposed himself to an adult victim at the Hanover YMCA, according to information provided by the Hanover Police Department.
He pleaded not guilty July 22 at Hingham District Court, according to information provided by the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office.
Judge Scott Peterson ordered Protentis to stay away from the Hanover YMCA.
Protentis, a Republican, is running against Democratic incumbent Michael Rodrigues for state senator for the first Bristol and Plymouth District in the Nov. 7 election.
Protentis did not respond to a request for comment.