The following information was supplied by the East Hampton Town Police Department and East Hampton Village Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation and does not indicate guilt.
• Marcos Cajamarca, 38, of East Hampton, was arrested on Feb. 23 on a charge of aggravated DWI, a misdemeanor. According to police reports, Cajamarca was driving southbound on Queens Lane, near Stewarts Lane, when he crossed over traffic lines into the oncoming travel lane and proceeded to come to “an abrupt stop in the middle of the roadway.”
Police pulled Cajamarca over and said he had a smell of alcohol on his breath, bloodshot eyes, and slurred speech. He was reportedly unsteady on his feet after exiting his car, at one point using his car to hold himself up. Police said he failed all roadside field sobriety tests.
He was held for arraignment and later released on $250 bail.
• Eric Forgione, 27, of Islip, was arrested on Feb. 17 on charges of criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree, as well as aggravated unlicensed operation, both misdemeanors.
Police said he was seen driving a car westbound on Montauk Highway while using a handheld cell phone, and after stopping Forgione, police saw that his driving privileges in New York State were suspended exactly one week earlier for failing to answer a summons.
Police reports state that after he was informed he was under arrest, Forgione handed over a glass smoking device containing burnt marijuana, and a search revealed that he was holding what was later to be found hydrocodone.
He was released on a $100 appearance ticket.
• Joel Abreu-Rondon, 23, of Montauk, was arrested on Feb. 25 on a misdemeanor DWI charge.
According to police reports, Abreu-Rondon made a u-turn after being pulled over on Montauk Highway, was seen by police driving over traffic markings, and failed to signal for a right-hand turn.
Police pulled the car over and reportedly found Abreu-Rondon to have an odor of alcohol on his breath, bloodshot eyes and was unsteady on his feet after exiting his car. He reportedly performed poorly on roadside field sobriety tests, was arrested and transported to police headquarters.
He was held for morning arraignment.