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Crimes Nearby: Man Charged With DWI With 3-Year-Old Passenger

In other crimes on the East End, three repeat DWI offenders picked up on East Hampton.

The following information was supplied by police departments on the East End. A criminal charge is only an accusation and does not indicate convictions.

Crimes reported recently elsewhere on the East End:

NORTH FORK

• Raymond L. Sanwald, 33, of Shelter Island, was charged with felony driving while intoxicated under Leandra’s Law on Oct. 15 at 5:05 p.m., after police stopped him on Route 48 in Southold for speeding and obstructed view while he drove a 2002 Dodge with a 3-year-old in a child seat in the back of the vehicle, police said. Sanwald was found to be intoxicated and was arrested and transported to Southold Town police headquarters in Peconic where he was held overnight to await arraignment. Passed in 2009, Leandra’s Law is a New York State statute making drunk driving with a person age 15 or younger inside the vehicle an automatic felony.

• Elogario Pirir Chamale, 37, of Peconic, was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated and driving without a license on Oct. 15 at 12:45 a.m., after Chamale crashed into a Long Island Power Authority utility pole with his car on Route 25 in Cutchogue, police said. He was found to be intoxicated and was arrested and held at Southold Town Police headquarters until l arraignment in the morning. No injuries were reported.

• Anthony Toy Jr., 47, of Greenport was charged with third-degree grand larceny this week, after investigation revealed that he stole copper wire, a truck radiator and Christmas lights from a Greenport Village utility yard on Oct. 1, police said. Value of the stolen items was reported to be over $5,000. Toy turned himself in and was arraigned at Southold Justice Court.

EAST HAMPTON

• Wayne B. Burling, 29, of Montauk, who police said has five previous convictions for alcohol related offenses, was held without bail on a felony driving while intoxicated charge and another felony for allegedly driving without a valid license, after an accident in Montauk on the afternoon of Oct. 13. Police said he crashed a 1988 Ford Mustang into a utility pole on Star Island Road, near West Lake Drive, at 1:15 p.m., and fled on foot into the woods. A check with the State Department of Motor Vehicles showed his license was either suspended or revoked 17 times on 16 dates for several traffic violations, including alcohol related offenses, dating from 1999 to 2010. Police said he was convicted of DWI offenses in Suffolk County District Court, Nassau County Court, and Suffolk County Court between 2003 and 2010.

• Kyle Martin, 25, of East Hampton, was also arrested on felony DWI, due to a prior conviction, and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle charges, as well as aggravated DWI, for allegedly driving with a blood alcohol level above .18, after he nearly had a head-on collision with a police officer on Oct. 15. Police said Martin was speeding in a 1995 Dodge truck on Montauk Highway, near Spring Close Highway, when the officer had to swerve to avoid the crash at about 1 a.m. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests, police said. The vehicle he was driving was impounded, and police said further investigation revealed the license plates on it were from a 1997 GMC. Martin's bail information was not immediately available.

• Richard Manna, 30, of Wantagh, was arrested on charges of felony DWI, due to a prior conviction, and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the first-degree, also a felony, on Oct. 10 in Montauk. Following arraignment, he was held on $7,500 cash or $20,000 bond at the county jail. According to police, at about 2:20 a.m., police saw a Jeep cross over the double-yellow line several times on Edgemere Street. While Manna performed poorly on field sobriety tests, he refused to take a breath test. His vehicle was impounded.

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