Recent arrests and reported crimes from elsewhere on the East End:
Southold Police arrested David Miller, 62, of Brooklyn on March 18 on the charge of misdemeanor driving while intoxicated. Police said they stopped Miller along South Street in Greenport for allegedly failing to use his traffic signal when they discovered he was intoxicated. Miller was held overnight and arraigned the next morning.
Suffolk County Police arrested Walter Brown, 28, of Bellport on March 20 on an active warrant from the Southold police for forcible touching, a misdemeanor. Brown was transferred to the Southold police station where he was held for arraignment.
Armed with a baseball bat, 23-year-old Jasmin Camacho in Flanders, smashing it, while a baby and its parents were in the vehicle, according to police.
said the incident occurred on Brookhaven Road in Flanders at approximately 6 p.m. Camacho, along with her friend Sheena McCoy, 19, of Brookhaven, were arrested and detained at 8:03 p.m.
Camacho, who is from Smithtown, was charged with child endangerment, criminal mischief in the third degree and false personation, all misdemeanors
Meaghan Kearns, 29, of Ridge, was arrested on March 15 on charges of petit larceny.
Police reports state that a Famous Footwear employee witnessed Kearns place a $70 pair of Nike sneakers in her pocketbook and leave the store without paying for them. The employee reported that she saw Kearns get into a yellow van with hardwood flooring in the back. The van was later stopped at the intersection of Route 58 and Osborn Avenue.
Reports state that Kearns was positively identified by the store employee, transported to police headquarters, processed, arraigned, and remanded to Suffolk County Jail on $500 bail.
Melvin Garcia-Arias, 44, of Speonk, was arrested March 18 at 6:19 p.m. in Westhampton at the intersection of Montauk Highway and Corwin Place. Garcia-Arias was charged with aggravated DWI, a misdemeanor, and unlicensed operation of a vehicle, a violation, after a traffic stop revealed that the man was intoxicated, police said.
Roberto Deleon-Cojon, 22, of Flanders, was arrested March 16 and charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor, after he was stopped on Cypress Avenue by police in Flanders at 10:11 p.m. Cops said Deleon-Cojon was driving with an open container of Modello beer in his possession and also had eight suspensions on his driver's license. After failing a breath alcohol test, the man was taken into custody, police said.
Andrew Thayer, 23, of Bridgehampton, was arrested in Sagaponack on March 18 and charged with making graffiti and possession of a graffiti instrument, both misdemeanors. Police said Thayer was spotted at 6:10 p.m. spray painting graffiti on a sign at. He was additionally charged with unlawful marijuana possession, a violation.
On March 16, a caretaker for a Sagaponack man's home on Sagaponack Road reported that a burglary and grand larceny had occurred at the home sometime after he last checked the property on March 4. Missing are six to eight antique tables, two wood lamps, two Miele vacuum cleaners, a shop vacuum, two TVs, and a laser printer. The estimated value of the stolen items, which were last seen in a gym in a separate structure on the property, is $33,170.
A Water Mill man who lives on Roses Grove Road complained that someone left a headless, decaying deer at the base of his driveway. He told police that he believes the deer was left intentionally. The case is active and police are investigating. Whoever is responsible for leaving the dead deer could face a charge of second-degree harassment.