On Sunday, November 29, at around 12:15 a.m., Simon Telles, 35, of Noyac was pulled over by Southampton Town Police for erratic driving. He now faces charges of driving while intoxicated, a felony, and aggravated unlicensed operation in the first degree, also a felony. Police say a passing motorist called police to report that there was an erratic driver in a black pick-up truck driving on North Sea Road and Noyac Road. An officer responded to the scene and said they saw Telles’ Chevy pick-up truck speeding and crossing the lines of his lane. The officer and Telles were allegedly driving in the opposite directions. Police claim Telles crossed into the officer’s lane, forcing the officer to pull over. Telles was finally stopped on Noyac Road and a further investigation reportedly revealed that he was intoxicated.
A 16-year-old Watermill resident was out walking on Scuttle Hole Road in Watermill on Thursday, November 26, when Southampton Town Police stopped him for drinking a 40 ounce Budweiser beer. The young man faces charges of drinking from an open container in public, a violation.
According to Southampton Town Police, Paul Stern, 49, of Montauk backed into a parked car in the parking lot of a Montauk Highway business in Bridgehampton on Sunday, November 22. Stern allegedly left the scene of the accident. After an investigation, police issued Stern a summons. He faces charges of leaving the scene of an accident with property damage, a misdemeanor.
A Bridgehampton resident reported to Southampton Town Police that a Yankee bottle containing coins and small bills, totaling around $150, was stolen from her home. The bottle was kept in a kitchen closet. According to police, this is the second incident of this nature at the residence.
Over the past several months, Southampton Town Police reports have shown many instances of stolen electronic goods, especially televisions. A report fromBridgehampton, filed on Saturday, November 28, adds to the pile. According to the Bridgehampton resident, an employee with a bee and pest control company found the doors of her home open on Monday, November 23. A Samsung 40-inch television, worth around $1,500, was missing from the residence. The pest control employee then contacted the victim’s brother. The police say an investigation is pending.
A woman from Bridgehampton was pulling out of a parking space in the Bridgehampton Commons on Sunday, November 28, when a women in a Dodge van slammed into her vehicle. The driver in the van refused to give theBridgehampton woman any personal information and shortly left the scene of the accident. Although the police obtained a first name for the van driver, they haven’t been able to find her phone number or her address.
Southampton Town Police report that an iPod, worth $100, a cell phone, worth $200, and $120 in cash were stolen from an unlocked car on Bayberry Lane in North Haven. A village resident reported to police that he had left his car parked in his driveway on Sunday, November 29, only to find these items missing later.