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Anybody can report a crime. It doesn't have to be the victim. So if someone saw you trespassing on someone else's property, he could call the police. It's still trespass.
If it turned out you had permission from the owner of the property to be there, then you could not be convicted of the crime.
Article 140 of the NYPL contains all of the tresspass crimes.