On Saturday, March 7, the Southampton Town Police Department’s Detective Division reported the arrest of Ashley T. Koral, 27, Spencer W. Koral, 24, and Tripoli Patterson, 24, all of Bridgehampton, on charges of burglary of a residence on Edgewood Avenue, Bridgehampton. According to police, on Saturday, at around 12:30 p.m. the three men entered the residence of a person known to them through a bedroom window. While inside the residence, police say, they assaulted a male resident, causing serious physical injuries. Another resident allegedly called the Southampton Town Police for assistance. The victim was taken to Southampton Hospital by Bridgehampton Volunteer Ambulance personnel for medical treatment. The three men were approached inside the residence by responding Southampton Town Police officers. The victim suffered from lacerations, facial bruising and stitches on both sides of his mouth. The three subjects were charged with burglary in the second degree, a felony, a gang assault in the second degree, a felony, and criminal mischief in the third degree, a felony.
On Monday, March 9, Luis Nano, 25 of Sag Harbor was arrested by Southampton Village Police on an outstanding bench warrant for failing to appear in court.
Sag Harbor Village Police arrested Kim Alison Snyder, 48, of Manhattan, New York for failing to appear in court. According to police, Snyder turned herself into the police to answer a bench warrant that was received on December 23, 2008. Snyder was processed and transported to Southampton Town Justice Court for arraignment.
Southampton Town Police arrested Mario Rodriguez, 41, of Sag Harbor on Friday, February 27, for aggravated unlicensed operation in the third degree, a misdemeanor. Police say Rodriguez was seen speeding on Lower Seven Ponds road in Water Mill. Police allegedly discovered Rodriguez didn’t have a license and a Department of Motor Vehicle scan showed he had been suspended for failing to pay a fine.
A Sag Harbor resident, Charles Laspesa, was arrested by Southampton Town Police in North Haven on Tuesday, February 17. Laspesa was stopped by police while driving his car on Short Beach Road in North Haven. After being stopped, police say, they discovered the vehicle’s registration was suspended due to an insurance lapse. Laspesa was charged with suspended registration, a violation, and operating an uninsured vehicle, a violation.
Kristine Pearson, 21, of South Berlin, New York was arrested by Southampton Town Police on Wednesday, February 18, in North Haven. Police say Pearson was stopped by police for a traffic infraction. The vehicle was subsequently impounded. After a search of the vehicle, police say, a bag of marijuana was found in the car. Pearson allegedly admitted to police that it was her bag. Pearson was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation.
A dry wall sander, worth $900, was stolen from a Noyac construction site. Numerous people have access to the site, but the authorities have no leads at this time.
According to Southampton Town Police, Jeffrey Phillips, 38, of Noyac violated a duly served order of protection which stated that he must refrain from purchasing, consuming, possessing or being under the influence of alcohol while on the premises of his residence. Phillips was allegedly found by police to be intoxicated at his Noyac home on Saturday, March 7. He was charged criminal contempt of court in the second degree, a misdemeanor.
A 17-year-old girl from East Hampton was arrested in Bridgehampton by Southampton Town Police on Friday, March 6, on charges of petit larceny, a misdemeanor. Allegedly, the girl was seen by a security officer removing items from the racks at T.J. Maxx and placing them into her personal bag. She was then seen leaving the store with the property, say police. The value of the stolen items totaled $166.85.
Appliances and other fixtures were allegedly stolen from a Bridgehampton home on the market, according to a report filed by a Corcoran real estate agent with the Southampton Town Police on Wednesday, March 4. The agent told police all but a few toilets were lifted from the home. The residence was unfurnished. The residence is in foreclosure, and thus has no caretaker. There was no sign of forced entry. The agent also told police the work inside the house was put to a stop several months ago. She also believed the contractors were not paid for their services.
Roy Timmermann, 46, of Southampton was arrested by Southampton Town Police on Sunday, March 8, on charges of identity theft in the third degree, a misdemeanor. According to police, Timmermann used the Bridgehampton National Bank checking account of Susan Vinski to make car payments.
According to a Southampton Town Police report, an unknown person drove on the lawn of a Sagaponack residence on Saturday, February 28. The owner told police the vehicle caused $200 worth of damages to the lawn.