A Water Mill man faces charges of disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and attempted escape in the third degree after he was arrested by Southampton Town Police and allegedly tried to climb out the passenger window, while in handcuffs, and flee the scene.
On Wednesday, September 10, police said they arrested Christiaan Houtenbos, 62, of Water Mill for disorderly conduct after he was found in an allegedly intoxicated state on Flying Point Road in Water Mill. Police said they placed Houtenbos under arrested but he attempted to climb out the passenger window of the squad car and run away, adding charges of resisting arrest and attempted escape in the third degree once he was apprehended.
On Monday, September 15 just after 4 a.m. Sag Harbor Village Police pulled over Christopher J. Tierney, 36, of Sag Harbor on Main Street, after police said he was unable to maintain his lane of travel, almost striking a parked vehicle. After stopping Tierney police said he appeared intoxicated, failed field sobriety tests and allegedly said during testing, “You got me, I am not going to be able to do it, I am going to fail it.” Tierney was charged with driving while intoxicated, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence and aggravated driving while under the influence, all misdemeanors. He was released following his arraignment later that morning on $500 cash bail.
Brendan Kennedy Regan, 24, of Rockville Centre was arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence, both misdemeanors after police said he failed to stop at a stop sign on Main Street, Sag Harbor on Friday, September 12 just after midnight and was found to be allegedly intoxicated. He was released on $200 cash bail following his arraignment later that morning.
A Southampton resident was arrested after he was involved in a motor vehicle accident on North Sea Road in Southampton and police said he was allegedly intoxicated. Scott Eberle, 37, of Southampton was charged with driving while intoxicated, aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the first degree and unlicensed operation on August 30. He was released from Southampton Hospital, where he was transported, on an appearance ticket.
On Sunday, September 14 Southampton Town Police arrested Lois Broderick, 50, of Southampton at Deerfield and Head of Pond Roads in Water Mill. According to police, Broderick was intoxicated and was charged with driving while intoxicated and driving with a suspended registration.
Tasha W. Spruill, 31, of Bridgehampton was arrested Monday, September 15 for alleged criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree by Southampton Village Police.
On Wednesday, September 10 Winston Huayamue, 49, of East Hampton was arrested by Southampton Town Police on charges of aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree after they pulled him over on Route 114 in North Haven and found his license was allegedly suspended. On Friday, September 12 Sag Harbor Village Police arrested James Francis Tenney, 25, of Sag Harbor for alleged aggravated unlicensed operation in the second degree after police said they pulled him over on his motorcycle on Bay Street and found his license was suspended.
Allison Pfefferkorn, 25, of Sag Harbor, was arrested for failure to appear on a bench warrant by Southampton Town Police on Tuesday, September 9. On Wednesday, September 10, Angel V. Sinchi, 33, of East Hampton was arrested by Sag Harbor Village Police on a bench warrant for vehicle and traffic violations. He paid $750 in fines at justice court and was released.
An investigation is ongoing by Sag Harbor Village Police after two employees filed complaints about bad checks written to them by a Sag Harbor salon owner, and not being paid for their services. This is the second incident in which police have been called about employees allegedly not being paid at the business. At least one of the checks in question is for over $500, according to police.
On Sunday, September 14 a Lincoln Street, Sag Harbor resident called village police to report that $3,700 had been taken from a drawer in his home, which he shares with six other people.
On Wednesday, September 10, an Arthur Avenue, Bridgehampton resident reported a laptop computer, valued at $1,500 was taken from her home.
Two incidences of graffiti occurred last Saturday, according to reports filed with Sag Harbor Village Police. A Main Street building owner reported that “CDKN” was written in black marker in the stairwell of his building. Another man called police with reports of “Stay Low and Keep Moving” written in orange paint and pencil on an Eastville Avenue retaining wall.
The passenger side front and back tires of a car parked on Bay Street were sliced on the sidewall, according to a report filed with Sag Harbor Village Police on Saturday, September 13. The owner of the vehicle was sailing at the time of the incident. The rear quarter panel of another Sag Harbor resident’s vehicle was damaged in an alleged hit and run at Mashashimuet Park, according to a report filed on Friday, September 12.
On Tuesday, September 9 Sag Harbor Village Police received a report of a stolen, $350 red Mongoose bike, which was taken, unlocked from outside a Main Street, Sag Harbor business.
A Garden Street, Sag Harbor resident signed a trespass affidavit on Monday, September 15 against a neighbor after she allegedly came on to his property complaining about noise.