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Southampton DWI Reports for the Week of January 26

Ernesto Ochoa-Tlapanco, 42, of Southampton faces a misdemeanor DWI count after a traffic stop on North Sea Road on January 18. He was initially stopped by Southampton Village Police for a lane violation, but the ensuing interview led to a DWI charge.

Eddy Carreto Cardona, 32, of Hampton Bays faces a felony count of DWI. Quogue Village Police stopped him on Montauk Highway on January 15. They said his vehicle was swerving from across the double yellow lines to the shoulder. He failed roadside tests and was additionally charged with circumventing a court ordered interlock device, police said. Felony DWI is charged when a motorist has had an alcohol-related conviction any time during the last 10 years.

Pedro Ordonz Chumbi, 31, of East Hampton faces a misdemeanor aggravated DWI charge following a traffic stop on West Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays on January 22. Initially pulled over for a lane violation — driving on the shoulder of the road — he exhibited characteristics associated with intoxication and performed poorly on roadside sobriety tests, Southampton Town Police said. Aggravated DWI is charged when a driver’s blood alcohol level exceeds 0.18 of 1 percent.