• Vincent Spielman, 27, of Coram, was arrested April 12 in Mt. Sinai and charged with first offense DWI. Spileman was operating his 2000 Chevrolet on Route 25A and School Street when he was arrested for DWI for driving over the speed limit and failing to maintain his lane, Police said.
• Nicholas Provenzano, 25, of Rocky Point, was arrested April 12 in Lake Grove and charged with seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Provenzano was arrested in the parking lot of the Smith Haven Mall.
• Ann Susan Micari, 59, of Rocky Point, was arrested April 10 and charged with petty larceny. Micari allegedly stole numerous fashion jewelry items from a location on 25A in Rocky Point.
• Damon Strong, 32, of Riverhead, was arrested April 9 at 4 a.m. and charged with drunk driving, a misdemeanor, on County Road 104 in Riverside. Police said Strong had been stalking his girlfriend throughout the day and had followed her to the New York State police barracks in Riverside, where he was handed over to town police for processing after he was observed to be driving while intoxicated. Strong was charged with failing to keep right and moving unsafely from a vehicle lane, both traffic violations, and additionally, circumventing an alcohol interlock device, a class-A misdemeanor, and fourth-degree stalking, a class-B misdemeanor.
• say they have found the culprits who damaged the public restrooms on Glovers Avenue on the evenings of April 9 and 10. According to police, three teens were nabbed after police viewed surveillance video and an officer recognized one of the teen's backpacks. Officers were able to locate the teen and obtain a confession.
Police say the teens have not yet been charged and restitution is an option.
• On April 8 Quogue police charged Boanerge Marin-Reyes, 30, of Westhampton Beach, with felony DWI after they stopped him for speeding, making an unsafe lane change and passing in a no passing zone on Old Country Road at 4:39 p.m. Police also charged Marin-Reyes with circumventing an interlock device and aggravated unlicensed, also a felony charge.
• are focusing efforts to arrest a driver they say in order to avoid arrest. Cops said, according to a witness who was the lone passenger in the car, the driver was drunk at the time the 2011 blue Dodge Ram pickup truck hit the tree. The tree was knocked to the ground, and the impact caused the vehicle to roll over, which resulted in substantial damage to the truck. The passenger was treated for minor injuries at Southampton Hospital.
• Darwin Tamay, 33, of Southampton, was arrested April 10 at the intersection of Majors Path and Mary's Lane in North Sea at 8:52 p.m. He was charged with DWI, a misdemeanor, after his car struck a mailbox at a property on Straight Path and he was subsequently confronted by the homeowner, Southampton Town police said. According to the arrest report, when officers responded to the scene they observed that Tamay showed signs of intoxication. He was additionally charged with unlicensed operation of a vehicle, a violation.