The following information was supplied by East End police departments. A criminal charge is only an accusation and does not indicate convictions.
Recent arrests and reported crimes elsewhere on the East End:
• Charles Gamble, 31, of East Quogue, was arrested in Northampton on two felony drug charges on Nov. 10 at 10:10 p.m. Police reported that Gamble was stopped on Lake Avenue in his vehicle and attempted to flee. After a brief foot pursuit, cops said they captured Gamble, used a Taser to subdue him, and found 35 bags of crack cocaine. Gamble was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fourth and third degrees, both felonies. Gamble was also charged with resisting arrest, a misdemeanor.
• Marquise Greene, 23, of Mastic, was charged by police on Nov.7 with felony grand larceny in Hampton Bays after an investigation revealed that Greene had unlawfully used a company gas card for his own personal use, racking up more than $1,000 in fuel charges. Greene was arrested at police headquarters at 5:17 p.m.
• Justin Suarez, 24, of East Quogue, was arrested Nov. 11 in East Quogue and charged with second degree assault, a felony. Police said Suarez used a pool stick as a weapon at the East Quogue Pub at 1:43 a.m. to strike another person, causing pain, swelling and a laceration to the victim's head. Suarez was additionally charged with criminal possession of a weapon, a class A misdemeanor.
• A felony assault was reported in East Quogue Nov. 11 in which Anthony Prosano, 24, of East Quogue, was arrested for striking another man with a beer bottle, causing injury. Prosano, at 1:43 a.m., was additionally charged with criminal possession of a weapon, a misdemeanor.
• One man was slashed with a knife in the parking lot of Dunkin' Donuts in Riverhead early Sunday morning, police said. According to Riverhead police, a dispute occurred at 1:44 a.m. between two men where one man cut another with a knife. But, according to authorities, both men "were not cooperating," and refused to speak to police; no charges were filed. Although the injured man initially went to Peconic Bay Medical Center, police said he left before receiving treatment.
• Anthony Jenkins, 47, of Riverhead, was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor on Nov. 10 at 1:00 a.m. after he was seen on Flanders Road riding a bicycle without lights. Upon investigation, say police, Jenkins was found to be in possession of a quantity of cocaine.
• Cody Clifford, 18, of Greenport, was charged with unlawfully fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle, speeding, aggravated unlicensed operation, and driving on the sidewalk on Nov. 8 at 3:45 p.m., after a police officer attempted to stop Clifford for exceeding the posted speed limit on Route 48 in Peconic, police said. Clifford then led police on a chase that lasted approximately four miles. Clifford was arrested and eventually taken into custody.
• Police are investigating a rash of thefts from unlocked cars in Montauk, and plenty more that were rifled through with nothing taken, reported over the past month. Over $4,300 in cash, electronics, computer equipment, and other valuables, were taken from cars parked at 17 properties were rummaged through overnight on Oct. 4, Oct. 27, and on Friday night, according to East Hampton Town police, though it is not clear how many of them are related except for the ones that occurred most recently.
• A Springs man was arrested on weapons charges after East Hampton Town police said they confiscated three handguns from his residence. James J. Carpenter, who is 46, was arrested on Nov. 7. He turned himself into police upon request following lab results that his guns were operable. On Oct. 7, Suffolk County Family Court issued an order of protection that stated Carpenter had to surrender all firearms. His wife called police to the residence to have them confiscated. Police found that the handguns — a Sturm, Ruger & Co. 9mm, a Sturm, Ruger & Co. .357 Magnum caliber revolver handgun, and a Walther .22 long rifle caliber Smith & Wesson model handgun — had been purchased in Pennsylvania in 2005 and brought to New York when the couple moved there in 2008. No permits appeared to be on file. Carpenter was charged with three counts of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, a felony, which is levied when a defendant has previously been convicted of a class A misdemeanor or above.