The following information was supplied by Suffolk County and East End police departments. A criminal charge is only an accusation and does not indicate convictions.
A roundup of recent arrest and incident reports from elsewhere on the East End:
• A woman accused of stalking the actor Alec Baldwin in New York City this weekend in Amagansett. Chief Ed Ecker said on Monday that his department was called to Baldwin's house over a week ago. According to the incident report, a woman in a silver sedan pulled into his driveway and exited the vehicle on March 31. Baldwin called police at at about 4:40 p.m., but the woman had already driven off when an officer arrived. The department looked for the vehicle, but could not locate it. He provided police with a description of the woman — mid-40s, shoulder length dirty blond hair, wearing a jacket and a violet colored top.
• Alec Baldwin wasn't the only one with an alleged stalker this week. East Hampton Town police said this week that in East Hampton last week. Quamine T. Taylor, who is 30, had been arrested on similar charges at Combs' house 11 years ago, according to police. A caretaker called police to Combs' house in Northwest Woods on April 1.
• Jesse Stewart, 37, of Riverhead, was charged with one count of robbery in the third degree for his alleged connection to a bank robbery that took place in Deer Park on Monday. Stewart was the driver of the getaway car in the incident, according to police. Suffolk County police arrested Bay Shore resident Jean Coughlin, 45, who they said entered a branch of Chase Bank, located at 615 Grand Boulevard, at 3:22 p.m. on Monday and handed the bank teller a handwritten note demanding cash and threatening violence. Coughlin was charged with one count of robbery in the third degree in connection with the robbery. She was subsequently charged with two more counts of robbery in the third degree for two other bank robberies in Suffolk County this year, police said.
• Quogue police say that on April 8 at 4:30 a.m. a 30-year-old Westhampton Beach man led them on a short pursuit from County Route 104 to Old Country Road. According to police, Boanerge Martin-Reyes fled because he had a prior felony aggravated unlicensed charge. After Martin-Reyes stopped, he was given eight summons, including fleeing from police, unsafe lane change, and speeding. He was released on $1,000 cash bail.
• Cresencio Encarnacion-Peralta, 31, of Hampton Bays, was arrested at 9:38 p.m. April 6 on Montauk Highway West in Hampton Bays. Encarnacio-Peralta was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor, in addition to three moving violations and breaking the open container law. Police said Encarnacio-Peralta was being sought by U.S. immigration officials on an active deportation warrant. At his arraignment April 7, town police turned the custody of Encarnacion-Peralta over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.