Southampton police arrested a person working a Suffolk County Water Authority car for driving whereas capacity impaired on Monday morning.
Police say Brett Miller, 29, of Wading River was impaired by a mix of medication and alcohol. He has been charged with a misdemeanor.
Officers had responded to 2 calls about an erratic car on Montauk Freeway, ultimately finding Mr. Miller on Montauk Freeway in Sagaponack.
• Southampton police arrested Elber Mateolima, 32, of Speonk in Riverside final Tuesday for driving whereas intoxicated.
Police responded to a criticism a few car swerving and driving erratically on Cross River Drive. The reporting officer positioned Mr. Mateolima sitting within the driver’s seat of the described car, parked on that street with the ignition and proper blinker on.
Police mentioned Mr. Mateolima had pink glassy eyes, slurred speech and his breath smelled of alcohol. He carried out poorly on area sobriety exams earlier than being taken to Southampton City Police Headquarters for processing. He’s been charged with a DWI, driving with out a license and consuming alcohol whereas in a motorized vehicle on a freeway.
• A police officer positioned an unoccupied stolen car behind Marta’s Deli in Riverhead final Thursday, after noticing it pull out of a again parking zone onto Riverleigh Avenue.
A caller had reported the theft earlier that night, after noticing the car’s disappearance from his property. He had left the doorways unlocked with the keys contained in the car, based on a police report.
• Police arrested Marquise Hatcher, 19, of Riverhead on Friday for taking a dust bike from somebody’s entrance yard in Hampton Bays on June 1.
Mr. Hatcher has been charged with petit larceny and launched. He is because of seem in Southampton City Justice Court docket on July 29.
• Police responded to a name from an worker at a 7-Eleven in Flanders, reporting a theft in progress on Friday.
The caller mentioned the suspect left on foot, heading south on Flanders Highway and crossing the road in direction of Flanders Deli, based on a police report. Officers searched the realm however didn’t discover the suspect.
• Police responded to a name in Flanders final Thursday reporting injury to a car on East Avenue.
A caller reported somebody had damaged the driving force’s aspect rear window guard and one other car had been rifled via. Nothing was reported lacking from both car.
• Final Monday, police famous graffiti on the glass home windows of a bus cease in Riverside — somebody had sprayed “Toss” and “RBC” in black spray paint.
• A theft was reported within the First Avenue parking zone, close to First Congregational Church, at 5 a.m. Saturday morning, based on Riverhead City police.
A 55-year-old man instructed Riverhead police that he was confronted by three males who hit him within the face and stole his pockets.
The lads fled on foot with $500 from the pockets, based on police.
• Lester Castillo, 24, deal with unavailable, was charged with driving whereas intoxicated and different car and visitors legislation violations following his arrest early final Thursday on Horton Avenue.
Those that are named in police reviews haven’t been convicted of any crime or violation. The fees towards them might later be decreased or withdrawn, or they might be discovered harmless.