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SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE—Southampton Village Police ticketed two individuals for public urination on January 14. At 8:46 p.m. a 25-year-old of Riverhead man was given a village code violation for urinating on Aldrich Lane and earlier in the day, at 10:21 a.m. A 51-year-old Southampton man received the same violation for allegedly relieving himself on Miller Road.
SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE—On January 15, an officer found a loaded gun magazine with two rounds next to it in the parking lot of Southampton Village Police headquarters. The officer who discovered the ammunition secured it in the facility’s armory.
SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE—Frank C. DeVito, 58, of Southampton faces two misdemeanor counts of issuing a bad check. Southampton Village Police arrested him on January 14 at around 12.21 p.m. They did not respond to requests for additional information about the case.
SAG HARBOR—A woman driving a 2017 Toyota Highlander struck a deer at Hampton and Lincoln streets on January 14 around 7:34 a.m., according to a report filed with Sag Harbor Village Police. Police said the front, driver side bumper was damaged. Whether the deer was injured was not reported.
SAG HARBOR—Sag Harbor Village Police were called to Tutto il Giorno on Main Street on January 16 around 10 p.m. to report a man was injured from a fall at the restaurant and lifestyle boutique. According to police, the Sag Harbor resident suffered a large laceration on his head and was transported to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.
SAG HARBOR—A man left his car in the parking lot off Cross and Division streets the night of January 16, only to find the vehicle had been moved across the street to Carruthers Alley next to The American Hotel, according to a report filed with Sag Harbor Village Police on January 17. The man said he had left a key in a cup holder, and the key was missing from the car when he found it in its new location in the morning.
SAG HARBOR—Sag Harbor Village Police were called to a report of a possible drug overdose on Palmer Terrace on January 17 around 6 p.m. According to police, a woman called the report in, which involved two juveniles and marijuana. The two juveniles were transported to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital by the Sag Harbor Ambulance Corps. Police declined to provide further information, citing the minor status of the involved parties.
SAG HARBOR—A manager of The American Hotel reached out to Sag Harbor Village Police on January 19 to report an unwanted person who has been sleeping there. Police declined to give further details, citing an ongoing investigation.
RIVERSIDE—Eddie Lee Buckley, 64, of Riverside was charged on January 13 at 2:13 p.m. with littering, a violation, and criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree, a misdemeanor. Southampton Town Police said he was on private property on Old Quogue Road around 2 p.m. and “did remain there for the purpose of using crack cocaine, and he threw a crack pipe on the ground, littering.” Cynthia Junell Harris, 31, also of Riverside, was charged at the same time and place with loitering, a violation, and misdemeanor unlawful use of a controlled substance.
HAMPTON BAYS—A 22-year-old Hampton Bays man was cited for unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation, on the afternoon of January 13. The man stated “that’s my weed, that be a fact” to the officer when asked whose joint was found in the passenger side door compartment of a car stopped on Red Creek Road, according to the Southampton Town Police report. Concurrently, Ricardo Menjivar, 20, of Hampton Bays was charged with criminal possession of stolen property in the fifth degree, a misdemeanor. Two green and white street signs belonging to the town were in the car, police said.
RIVERSIDE—At 7:26 a.m. on January 15. Southampton Town Police stopped Bradley Stephen Gluck, 58, of Southampton because they saw him stopped behind a school bus picking up kids on Peconic Avenue and he seemed to be asleep behind the wheel, according to an arrest report. Other drivers had to wake him up by beeping their horns, according to the Southampton Town Police report. Police say that, once roused by other drivers’ horns, he accelerated up to 65 mph, wouldn’t pull over and once he did stop “appeared to be in a stupor.” He was charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs, a misdemeanor.
RIVERSIDE—On January 15 at around 6:45 p.m. on Old Quogue Road, Rashawn V. Lamb, 34, of Riverside was charged with second-degree obstructing governmental administration and resisting arrest, both misdemeanors. Southampton Town Police said he intentionally interfered with a sergeant’s investigation into narcotics sales, then physically resisted attempts to place him under arrest.
HAMPTON BAYS—Southampton Town Police were called to the 7-Eleven on Montauk Highway at 2:22 a.m. on January 18 and charged Samantha Ann Young, 34, of Shirley with second-degree menacing, a misdemeanor. A man complained that she threatened him with a glass bottle during an argument, then threw it at his head, police said. It missed and smashed against the wall next to his head.
RIVERSIDE—On January 19 just before 5 p.m. Christopher Cornelius Taylor, 49, of Calverton was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree and resisting arrest, both misdemeanors, as well as possession of a controlled substance in nonoriginal container, a public health violation, and unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation. During a traffic stop on Center Drive, police observed the odor of marijuana emanating from the car and, according to the Southampton Town Police arrest report, Mr. Taylor handed over a metal tin containing pot, but refused to exit the car. After a short standoff, the report reads, he exited the car but refused to put his hands behind his back, because he was trying to conceal a micro ziplock containing Alprazolam in his hand. “Force was used” to get Mr. Taylor’s hands behind his back and to peel open his clenched right hand, the police report reads.
HAMPTON BAYS—Police responded to a West Montauk Highway location on January 17 at 9:02 p.m. and found an East Quogue man had been in an argument with an assailant and suffered lacerations to his forehead and rear of his head. He was incoherent either due to injury or intoxication, according to the Southampton Town Police incident report and was taken to the Peconic Bay Medical Center by Hampton Bays ambulance. Police said he was “highly uncooperative.”
HAMPTON BAYS—Sometime between the morning of January 18 and the morning of January 19 somebody removed window screens, then broke an east-facing window to gain entry to a Montauk Highway motel, according to Southampton Town Police. It doesn’t appear anything was stolen.
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