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Polivio B. Pintado-Pizarro, 30, of Wainscott was arrested by East Hampton Town Police on November 28 at 2:14 a.m. on Montauk Highway near Buckskill Road in East Hampton and charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the first degree, a felony, and misdemeanor DWI. According to the police report, Mr. Pintado-Pizarro failed to maintain his lane by crossing over the fog line. Police observed him in an intoxicated condition, the report stated, additionally noting that his privilege to drive in New York State was revoked on September 15, 2017, for operating without insurance, and suspended on October 17, 2019, for driving while ability impaired by alcohol.
An 18-year-old East Hampton man<2 DWI Text> who was granted youthful offender status was arrested by East Hampton Town Police on November 30 at 4:03 a.m. on Accabonac Road in East Hampton and charged with DWI, re<2 DWI Text>ckless driving and unlawfully fleeing a police officer in the third degree, all misdemeanors. According to the police report, the man was driving south on Accabonac Road at an excessive speed. An officer on patrol in the area put on overhead lights and sirens in a marked police unit in an attempt to pull the driver over, but the driver continued to accelerate south on Accabonac Road, failing to maintain his lane by crossing into the oncoming lane multiple times, the report stated. The man also disobeyed a stop sign at the intersection of Abrahams Path, police said, then came to a stop after striking shrubbery and fencing at the intersection of Floyd Street and Accabonac Road.
Jason Lee Glasstein, 48, of East Hampton was arrested by East Hampton Town Police on December 1 at 6:33 p.m. on Broadway Avenue near Florence Street in Springs and charged with DWI and reckless endangerment in the second degree, both misdemeanors, and harassment in the second degree with physical contact, a violation. According to the police report, Mr. Glasstein was involved in a reportable motor vehicle accident and left the scene. He was located by police at his home on Lincoln Avenue, not far from the scene. Police observed Mr. Glasstein in an intoxicated condition, the report stated, and he performed poorly on field sobriety tests. In addition, police said he intentionally drove his Toyota Tundra toward a man and woman on Broadway Avenue at 5:12 p.m. as they were standing in front of Mr. Glasstein’s car. He hit the man and woman with the car causing them to fall to the ground, the report stated. Mr. Glasstein also punched the same man in the face prior to that, police said.
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