The following information was supplied by East End police departments. A criminal charge is an accusation and does not indicate convictions.
Recent arrests and incidents from elsewhere on the East End:
• Riverhead resident Christopher A. Dean, 41, was charged with DWI after police allege , identified as Efren Ramirez-Gomez, 32, in a Riverside accident Monday morning. Southampton Town Police Chief William Wilson said Dean is employed as a Suffolk County corrections officer. Dean posted $10,000 bail and was released.
• A Flanders brawl got ugly on June 19 when a volunteer with the Flanders-Northampton Volunteer Ambulance Corp. tried to break up the fight. According to Southampton Town police, a volunteer with the Flanders-Northampton Volunteer Ambulance Corps reported that while on duty at the station house he heard a knock at the door. When he went to answer, he was approached by a man who had come to get help because he and his friends, who are hispanic, were being beaten by a group of white males. When the complainant went outside to investigate, he said he saw the white males engaged in a physical altercation with the Hispanic males. And, when he tried to intercede, one of the suspects allegedly hit him in the leg with a metal pipe and fled westbound on New York State Route 24, police said.
• An Islip Terrace taxi driver told Southampton Town police June 17 that he was held up with a gun in Flanders, by a black male, approximately 5 feet and 8 inches tall, 200 pounds and in his 30s. According to an incident report, the taxi driver picked up a fare at Stony Brook University Medical Center who requested to be dropped off on Flanders Road. When the man was being dropped off, instead of paying he pulled a small handgun from his waist and demanded money. The man then fled on foot.
• have charged a 21-year-old Nesconset man with attempting to smash windows at the using a flag pole with an American Flag attached to it. Police said James Figliozzi was charged with attempted criminal mischief, a misdemeanor and disorderly conduct, a violation, on Monday at 11:40 p.m. after a member of the Southampton Town Detective Division witnessed the crime.
• Hamdi Selvi, 30, of Nesconset, was arrested June 24 at 2:30 a.m. in Hampton Bays and charged with criminal possession of marijuana in the fifth degree, a misdemeanor, and tampering with physical evidence, a felony. Police said Selvi was the front seat passenger of a vehicle that was being stopped for a traffic infraction when he threw a lit marijuana cigarette out the window.
• Barry Eugene Mills, 55, of Quogue, was arrested June 17 at 9:33 p.m. in Riverside and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree, a misdemeanor, and inadequate lights and no signal or bell on his bicycle, both traffic infractions. Police said Mills was stopped for biking at night with no lights and he was holding a crack pipe in his left hand. While being interviews, he dropped a small piece of crack cocaine from his hand, and a search located a large piece of crack in his hat, according to the arrest report.
• Megan Combs, 21, of East Marion, was charged with petty larceny and two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance on June 25 at 3:21 p.m. after police responded to a report that Combs had been shoplifting from in Greenport, police said. Police observed Combs exiting the store and she was found to be in possession of numerous items she did not pay for, police said. She was also found to be in possession of methadone hydrochloride, and clonazepam, which she did not have a prescription for, police said. Combs was arrested and transported to police headquarters, where she was processed and released on bail.