Published: Aug 03, 2011 4:03 AM EDT
Updated: Aug 03, 2011 12:57 AM EDT

The east Naples neighborhood where a convicted sex offender was arrested for peeping in on young girls is making sure he doesn't want to return.
Now that Leslie Brew has bonded out of the Collier County jail, residents are afraid he will come back to their homes.
They've installed remote controlled halogen spotlights in their trees and increased their security..
Tuesday the Royal Palms Country Club cut down trees that line residential yards.
Those were the trees residents claimed brew hid out in, watching their homes for hours at a time.
"We take it upon ourselves to help our community. A lot of surrounding people are members so we do our part to take care of our own," said maintenance superintendent Mike Sankey.
The crew trimmed about trees over a quarter acre of land.
Brew faces a number of charges for the east Naples incidents including voyeurism and trespassing.