Southold City police arrested a 39-year-old Greenport man for DWI early final Friday.
In response to police, David Amaya was stopped for driving with out headlights on Principal Avenue in Greenport round 5 a.m. and was discovered to be intoxicated.
Mr. Amaya was arrested and charged with aggravated driving whereas intoxicated and felony aggravated unlicensed operation of a motorcar as a result of a earlier pending DWI cost, officers stated.
• Police arrested a 26-year-old Riverhead man for DWI alongside Route 48 in Southold final Thursday.
Officers stated Isaac Cano-Perez was stopped shortly after midnight for failing to keep up his lane of journey and located to be intoxicated. He was charged with aggravated driving whereas intoxicated, police stated.
• Southold police responded to a house on Mill Creek Drive in Southold Sunday night after a person reported returning house round 9 p.m. to search out his entrance door open and his belongings rummaged by way of.
A Okay-9 unit was known as to the scene and detectives are nonetheless investigating, in keeping with a report.
• A 27-year-old lady known as police Sunday morning to report that her car had been stolen in a single day from a business property alongside Principal Highway in Southold.
A police report didn’t include an outline of the car.
• Police had been known as to the car parking zone at Southold Excessive Faculty final Thursday night after a resident complained that a number of loud pickup vehicles had been inflicting a disturbance round 10 p.m.
An officer spoke with two 19-year-olds and a 21-year outdated who stated they had been on the lookout for a spot to park and hang around and agreed to go away, stories stated.
• Nobody was injured after a girl trying to enter a parking area within the Feather Hill car parking zone drove over the curb and onto the entrance garden of Dunkin Donuts earlier than colliding with a parking signal and light-weight pole final Friday afternoon. Police confirmed that the brakes in her car, a 2016 Toyota, had been faulty.
• An 82-year-old from Mattituck contacted police final Thursday after discovering an unknown individual had tried to file for unemployment of their identify.
That report, and 4 comparable ones, had been forwarded to detectives.
• Members of the Cutchogue Fireplace Division extinguished a deck fireplace at a house on Alvahs Lane final Monday morning.
The hearth is believed to have began from an ember in a wooden burning range that landed beneath the deck on corn husks. No accidents had been reported.
• Police had been trying to find a driver who left the scene after crashing right into a utility pole close to the intersection of New Suffolk Avenue and Principal Highway in Mattituck final Monday morning.
In response to a report, an officer patrolling the world round 2:30 a.m. seen a closely broken unattended Ford pickup truck on the scene. Quite a few police models and a Okay-9 from Riverhead canvassed the world however had been unable to find the driving force, officers stated.
Those that are named in police stories haven’t been convicted of any crime or violation. The fees in opposition to them might later be lowered or withdrawn, or they could be discovered harmless.