Editor's Note: The following information was supplied by East End police departments. A criminal charge is only an accusation and does not indicate convictions.
A roundup of recent notable arrests elsewhere on the East End:
• Three men and one woman were arrested and charged with reckless endangerment and criminal possession of a weapon on Wednesday after police said they shot at a Riverhead home where children were inside.
According to Riverhead police, on Wednesday at 8:53 p.m., police units in the Roanoke Avenue area heard what sounded like "rapid gunfire" coming from the area of 3rd Street.
One of the units, police said, observed what appeared to be a tan Ford Taurus leaving the 3rd street area; the officer followed the car.
A traffic stop was initiated on Peconic Avenue and police found four occupants in the vehicle. Empty shell casings were found in the roadway in front of the home, police said.
For more on the story from Riverhead Patch, click here.
• Seven area residents reported to cops over the weekend that someone stole their TD Bank debit card information and withdrew money from various ATM machines in New York City.
In Westhampton Beach, four Westhampton Beach residents made individual reports to Westhampton Beach police. The residents, who all use the Westhampton Beach TD Bank, claimed that various amounts of money were taken from their accounts, between $502 to $1,021.
Similar reports were made to Southampton Town police.
• Brendan Corbley, 26, of Cutchogue was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated and first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, both felonies, and failing to maintain a lane of traffic on Feb. 3 at 4:57 p.m., after police stopped him on traffic violations on Route 25 in Mattituck, police said. Corbley was arrested and his vehicle was seized due to a prior DWI conviction, police said.
• Christopher M. Forsberg, 40, of Montauk, was arrested and charged with drunken driving, a felony due to a prior conviction, and resisting arrest, a misdemeanor, in Montauk on Feb. 1.
Police reportedly saw Forsberg's Subaru pull out of a parking lot and make a left onto West Lake Drive at a high rate of speed, and then drive off and onto the roadway, just after 11 p.m. Police pulled the vehicle over near Duryea Avenue and Forsberg appeared intoxicated, they said. Field sobriety tests that were administered had to be stopped for his safety, according to a police report.
However, when Forsberg was placed under arrest, he refused to get into the patrol car, dropping to the ground, kicking and rolling around, police said. The officer tried to move him, but he "went limp several times," according to his arrest report. Two additional officers were called to the scene and he was taken into custody. At headquarters, Forsberg complained of chest pain and displayed "psychotic behavior," the report said. He was transported to Southampton Hospital for evaluation, and released.
In the morning, Justice Catherine A. Cahill arraigned him and released him on $350 bail.