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Southampton Town police arrest reports for the week of Aug. 6 to Aug. 12:
Police: Pair Rummaged Through Car, Hid From Cops
• Korey Sammarco, 22, of Shirley, was arrested Aug. 13 at 2:25 a.m. on Noyac Road in Noyac and charged with criminal possession of stolen property in the fifth degree, a misdemeanor. Police said Sammarco was walking down Noyac Road and when approached by police, he ran off into the woods. When a police officer caught up and spoke to Sammarco and checked the area, the officer discovered that a vehicle in the area had been rummaged through and belongings were taken out of it, according to the arrest report. The belongings were found to be in Sammarco’s car on another street in the area, police said.
• Joseph R. Spezzano, 33, of North Shirley, was arrested Aug. 13 at 4:24 a.m. in Noyac and charged with criminal possession of stolen property in the fifth degree, a misdemeanor. Police said Spezzano was found hiding in bushes off Noyac Road with items he stole from a car.
• Scott Eberle, 41, of Noyac was picked up by police on Aug. 7 at home on an active arrest warrant for an Aug. 1 incident in which police say he committed assault in the third degree and criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, both misdemeanors.
Driving While Intoxicated
• Amy E. Cherry-Abitol, 53, of Water Mill, was arrested Aug. 10 in Water Mill and charged with DWI, a misdemeanor, and failure to dim headlines, an equipment violation. Police said Cherry-Abitol had a strong odor of alcohol on her breath after she was pulled over near the intersection of Montauk Highway and Rose Hill Road.
• Karen B. Wilson, 40, of Jamaica, Queens, was arrested Aug. 9 at 8:05 p.m. at the Hampton Jitney office on County Road 39A in Southampton and charged with petty larceny, a misdemeanor. Police said Wilson worked as an attendant for Hampton Jitney and it was discovered after an investigation that she repeatedly shorted the bus passenger count and pocketed the extra fare, police said. According to the arrest report, the shortages amounted to $750.
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