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• Braulio Lucero, 30, of East Hampton, was arrested on a felony drunken driving charges following an accident on Three Mile Harbor Road, near Jackson Street, in East Hampton, on July 8. Lucero was driving a black sport utility vehicle in the opposite lane of travel, according to police. A driver of a 2002 Chevrolet tried to swerve into the shoulder to avoid him, but was sideswiped instead at about 12:50 a.m. Lucero made a left into the driveway, remained in the car, and was found 20 minutes later. The other driver was injured, but took himself to the hospital. Police said Lucero appeared drunk and a check with the Department of Motor Vehicles showed he had a prior conviction within the past 10 years. He was charged with driving while intoxicated, as a felony, and felony aggravated unlicensed-operation of a motor vehicle. He was released on $750 bail.
• William B. DePetris, 23, of Sag Harbor, was arrested on drug charges on July 14 in the Amagansett Square. Police said they saw a truck parked in the square's parking lot with the engine running and the doors open. When police put a spotlight on the man standing at the rear of the vehicle, the man threw something under the truck. Police said a marijuana smell was emanating from the DePetris' clothes and breath. A search of the vehicle revealed a rolled $100 bill with residue of a white powdery substance. Police found the same substance in two paper envelopes. Two more envelopes with the same substance in it were found under the truck. It later tested positive for heroin. DePetris was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controled substance, a misdemeanor, and unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation. He was released on his own recognizance and will be arraigned on Aug. 16.
• Theodor Marinescu, 22, of East Hampton, was also charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor, in East Hampton Village on July 9 at 3:45 a.m. Village police were on a routine patrol on Buell Lane, in the area of Buell Lane Ext., when a vehicle pulled over suddenly and the car alarm went off. Police approached the driver and smelled alcohol. Marinescu, who lives nearby, passed all field sobriety tests, however he ignored the officer's instructions on one test. Police asked him if he had anything illegal on him, and he admitted to having two bags of cocaine in his pocket. He was arrested and processed. Police released him on $200 bail. He will be arraigned on Aug. 2.