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Southampton DWI Arrests for the Week of June 1

David Lopez, 38, of Hampton Bays was arrested on May 24 after a road rage incident in the parking lot of Southampton Village Police headquarters. According to the police report, Lopez got out of his car and threw an axle through the back window of the other driver’s car. His breath smelled strongly of an alcoholic beverage, his speech was slurred, and his eyes were bloodshot and glassy, according to the Village Police report. He was a charged with felony DWI and fourth-degree criminal mischief, a misdemeanor. Felony DWI is charged when a driver has had a prior alcohol-related conviction any time during the last 10 years.

Dillan Caybasi, 25, of Smithtown was charged with aggravated DWI, a misdemeanor, following a May 28 traffic stop in the Village of Quogue. Heading west on Montauk Highway that morning, just after 2:30 a.m., he was observed crossing onto the shoulder of the road, police said, adding that he exhibited the traits characteristic of inebriation and performed poorly on standard sobriety exams. Aggravated DWI is charged when a driver’s blood alcohol content exceeds 0.18 percent of alcohol.

Eric Baker, 27, of New York faces a misdemeanor count of DWI. According to Quogue Village Police, he was stopped for speeding — driving 50 mph in a 30 mph zone — on Dune Road just after 10:30 p.m. on May 28. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests, police said.

Miltonjacinto Aragonfranco, 32, of Hampton Bays was pulled over on Ponquogue Avenue in Hampton Bays for multiple traffic infractions on May 22, Southampton Town Police said. During an interview, they say he displayed bloodshot, glassy eyes, was unsteady on his feet and had an odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath, slurred speech and delayed reactions. Field sobriety tests were conducted on the driver and he performed poorly, police said. The DWI charge that ensued is misdemeanor level.

Scott Wilson, 58, of Sag Harbor faces a felony DWI count. On May 24, Southampton Town Police were alerted to a possibly intoxicated taxi driver operating in the area of West Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays. Police said they located the vehicle and pulled it over, then observed traits characteristic of inebriation in the driver. Felony DWI is charged when a driver has had an alochol-related conviction any time during the last 10 years.

Neil Trimper, 52, of Newton, New Jersey, was charged with misdemeanor DWI on May 25. According to Southampton Town Police, he was pulled over for an array of vehicular violations on County Road 39 in Shinnecock Hills, after they’d gotten a call regarding an erratic driver.

Connor Nolan, 24, of East Patchogue was arrested on May 28. He was charged with misdemeanor DWI. Southampton Town Police said Nolan was driving on North Sea Road in the area of County Road 39A in Southampton and stopped for a lane violation. A witness had called in after seeing him swerving in and out of his lane and onto the shoulder, police said. After police pulled him over, he said he’d had five White Claws, according to the police report.

Magdaleno Guevara Reyes, 34, of Southampton Village was driving east on Fanning Avenue in Hampton Bays on May 28 when Southampton Town Police said they observed him failing to stay in his lane. The interview that ensued led them to determine he was driving drunk. He was arrested and charged with misdemeanor DWI.

Luis A Suarez Rodriquez, 20, of Montauk was charged with misdemeanor DWI following a May 28 arrest by Southampton Town Police. They say he failed to maintain his lane while driving on Flanders Road in Riverside. Upon interview it was determined that he was driving drunk, according to police.

Oscar Osborne, 20, of Brooklyn faces a count of misdemeanor aggravated DWI following a May 28 arrest. According to Southampton Town Police, he was observed on Noyac Road in North Sea moving from his lane several times and traveling at a speed not prudent for the road. He was also observed crossing over the white fog line with both front and rear passenger side tires while moving in an erratic manner, police said, adding that he performed poorly on roadside sobriety tests. Aggravated DWI charges are levels when the driver’s blood alcohol level exceeds 0.18 percent.