The following information was supplied by the East Hampton Town Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation and does not indicate guilt.
• Michael Ciccariello, 34, of Montauk, was arrested and charged with forcible touching and second-degree criminal trespass, both misdemeanors, on March 19.
Nine days earlier, a woman contacted police about an unwanted guest in her residence in Montauk. She said she and her boyfriend were drinking with friends, as well as the unwanted guest whom she couldn't initially identify. At about 6:30 a.m., she woke up and found a man in her bed who wasn't her boyfriend. She screamed at him to get out and she called police.
The details of exactly what happened were not made available.
The woman wanted to press charges and Ciccariello was arrested. He was released the next day on his own recognizance. An order of protection was issued.
• Yvette McKie Washington, 48, of Sag Harbor, was arrested and charged with identity theft in the second-degree, a felony, on March 15 after she used someone else's checking account to pay $1,500 worth of cellphone bills. Police said she used the victim's identity and his checking account to pay her Verizon bill five separate times, beginning in July 2012. She was released on her own recognizance after her arraignment.
• Angela M. Concepcion, 47, of East Hampton, was arrested on a third-degree criminal mischief charge, a felony, on Saturday. Police responded to an unknown type of disturbance on Three Mile Harbor Road, and when they arrived they found there had been a physical altercation between Conception and a victim. Concepcion had allegedly thrown a large rock or piece of slate at the windshield of a 2011 Honda Pilot, shattering the windshield. While in custody, police said they called East Hampton Village Ambulance Association to take her to Southampton Hospital, where she was treated and released. The following morning, she was released on $200 bail.
• Mason P. Horstmann, 37, of East Hampton, was arrested on a felony driving while intoxicated charge on March 22 at about 2:45 a.m. Police said they saw him speeding on Three Mile Harbor Road, when he was stopped for a violation on Soak Hides Road. He appeared intoxicated and failed all field sobriety tests, police said. His vehicle was impounded due to a prior conviction of DWI in the Town of East Hampton in 2008. Hortsmann was released on $2,000 bail following his arraignment.
• Angel M. Guillen, 31, of Amagansett, was arrested on a DWI charge on Sunday at about 4:30 a.m. Police said he was driving a 2000 Dodge north on Springs Fireplace Road, near Abraham's Path, when he failed to maintain his lane of travel by crossing over the double yellow lines and then swerving into the shoulder. He was released on $100 bail after arraignment.