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Jeriel Jose Rivera-Carrero, 36, of East Hampton was arrested on January 3 in Springs and charged with DWI, a felony due to a previous conviction within the last decade. According to police, around 3:22 p.m., Mr. Rivera-Carrero was driving a 1998 Jeep westbound on Norfolk Drive near Camberly Road when he was in a motor vehicle accident. Police said he appeared intoxicated. He was held for morning arraignment on January 4 where he was released on his own recognizance.
Juan Farez, 35, of East Hampton was charged with a felony count of DWI on January 10. Southampton Town Police say they were alerted to a reckless driver on Montauk Highway coming from East Hampton. Officers found the car at a property in Sagaponack and, according to the report, the vehicle kept moving, driving over a fence before coming to a stop in a parking lot. The arresting officer reporting seeing no one leave the vehicle and finding Mr. Farez in the passenger seat. Felony DWI is charged when a motorist has been convicted of an alcohol-related offense any time within the previous decade.
Dmitry Pavlov, 54, of Hampton Bays was arrested by Southampton Town Police on January 10 and charged with DWI, a misdemeanor. They said he was intoxicated when he crashed his car on West Tiana Road in Hampton Bays. Police found him on the ground beside his overturned vehicle, according to the report . He was unsteady on his feet and unable to perform roadside sobriety tests.
Bobby Bagga, 25, from South Ozone Park was cuffed on Quogue Riverhead Road in Flanders on January 10 and charged with DWI. Southampton Town Police say he was intoxicated when he was involved in a motor vehicle crash.
Ernesto Ochoa-Tlapanco, 40, of Southampton was stopped for failing to signal a turn on Prospect Street by Southampton Village Police on January 10 at 12:07 p.m. and then charged with DWI. Police said he performed poorly on roadside sobriety tests.
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