Southampton City police arrested Marcelo Velezvelin, 38, of Hampton Bays in Riverside Sunday for driving a car with stolen plates and fleeing a police officer.
In line with a police report, Mr. Velezvelin was noticed dashing and driving by a cease signal at Ludlam Avenue and Flanders Street. He then drove by a pink mild on the Flanders Street intersection, recklessly passing a number of autos. He failed to drag over after police started pursuit, persevering with to drive recklessly and ignore stoplights.
Mr. Velezvelin was arrested after pulling right into a Riverhead driveway. Police say the rear license plate had been reported stolen and the car was not registered or insured. It was impounded and towed to police headquarters.
Mr. Velezvelin was charged with a number of counts of dashing and passing pink lights, fifth diploma legal possession of stolen property, reckless driving, a violation for improper plates, driving an unregistered, uninspected and uninsured car, failure to cease at a cease signal and third-degree illegal flight from a police officer in a motorcar.
• Leida Leonvazquez, 36, of Hampton Bays was arrested for driving whereas intoxicated final Tuesday after crashing right into a pole in Flanders.
The police report famous that her breath smelled strongly of alcohol, her eyes have been bloodshot and glassy and she or he fell to the bottom upon stepping out of the car. She refused customary area sobriety checks however did undergo a preliminary breath check.
Ms. Leonvazquez was transported to police headquarters for processing. She’s charged with aggravated DWI — with two earlier convictions inside 10 years — shifting from a lane unsafely and driving with no license.
• Police arrested Gustavo Garciagutierrez, 33, of East Hampton for DWI after stopping him at a chosen checkpoint in Flanders July 4. Mr. Garciagutierrez was charged together with his first DWI offense and for driving with no license.
• A 20-year-old Bridgehampton man was arrested July 4 in Flanders for driving with a suspended license, in line with a police report.
After Richard Domingo was stopped for failing to keep up his lane of journey, a DMV verify discovered his license had been suspended for failure to pay a effective in September 2019.
Mr. Domingo was launched pending a future courtroom look. He’s charged with driving with no license, shifting from a lane unsafely and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motorcar.
• Police stopped Carlos Floresortiz, 19, of Riverside in Flanders July 3 for driving with out plate lamps. He couldn’t present identification and gave police a false title.
In line with a report, the officer acknowledged Mr. Floresortiz from a earlier arrest and warned him of the results,, however Mr. Floresortiz gave the identical title once more.
He was charged with false personation, driving with no license and an tools violation.
• Police arrested Mitzi Menzel, 49, of Hampton Bays at a roadside sobriety checkpoint in Flanders July 3.Mr. Menzel was charged together with his first DWI offense.
• A person stole 4 pocketbooks from the Coach retailer at Tanger Retailers Friday night time and fled on foot by the parking zone, in line with Riverhead City police. The worth of the stolen objects is $1,652, in line with police.
• Chaki Ligon of Riverhead, 38, was charged with petit larceny and seventh-degree legal possession of a managed substance following his arrest final Thursday at police headquarters.
Extra info was not obtainable.
• A paddleboard was reported stolen from the driveway of a house on Park Street in Baiting Hole Monday afternoon. The estimated worth of the paddle board was $250, in line with police.
• A girl informed police final Tuesday afternoon that somebody had damaged the passenger aspect window of her unoccupied 2005 Volkswagen Passat and stolen her pockets on the Roanoke Touchdown Seaside in Riverhead.
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 diminished or withdrawn, or they could be discovered harmless.