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Guido R. Villa Tenempaguay, 25, who police described as undomiciled in East Hampton, was arrested by East Hampton Town Police on Saturday, October 16, at 8:27 p.m. and charged with DWI, a misdemeanor. According to Town Police, around 7:55 p.m., Tenempaguay was driving a 2005 Mazda west on Old Montauk Highway in Montauk when his car left the roadway and entered the woods, striking small trees and brush. Police said he appeared intoxicated and did not do well on sobriety tests. He was held for morning arraignment where he was released on his own recognizance.
Janna Yakimenko, 52, of Medford was arrested and charged with DWI, a misdemeanor, on October 18. Shortly before midnight Southampton Village Police responded to an accident near the municipal property at Jobs Lane and Pond Lane. There they found a vehicle had driven into a large metal piling on the monument property. The driver was described in the report as semiconscious and marked by a strong odor of alcoholic beverage. Injured in the accident, the motorist was taken by ambulance to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital for treatment.
Edward Barbara III, 29, of Mastic was charged with misdemeanor DWI on October 15 by Westhampton Beach Police. He was pulled over on Old Riverhead Road at approximately 11:22 p.m. for failing to maintain his lane of travel, according to police. Closer inspection revealed classic symptoms of inebriation, including glassy eyes and an unsteady stance, police said, and he performed poorly on standard sobriety tests.
Emma Fowler, 35, of West Babylon faces a felony count of DWI following an arrest by Westhampton Beach Village Police on October 14. She was pulled over on Beach Lane for speeding, but was deemed drunk after further investigation, police said. Felony DWI is charged when a person has had a previous alcohol-related conviction any time within the prior decade.
Ethel M. Hoenig, 74, of Manorville faces a misdemeanor count of DWI following a traffic stop on Montauk Highway in Quogue on October 16. It was just before midnight, Quogue Village Police said, when Hoenig was observed swerving onto the shoulder off the pavement and onto the grassy area, almost hitting a pedestrian. She performed poorly on roadside sobriety tests, according to police.
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