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Harry T. Ellis, 24, of Montauk, was charged with drug charges when cops picked him up for previous offense on April 6.
Police said that on March 29 his girlfriend reported a physical attack the night before. She said he had broken her cellphone and tried choking her on South Elroy Drive and continued to assault her on the beach near South Emerson at about 9:30 p.m.
After trying to contact Ellis, he agreed to turn himself in on domestic violence charges on April 7.
But on April 6, while on routine patrol, police saw Ellis in a 2003 Nissan Xterra parked at the base of the beach access to at about 8:30 p.m. Ellis was taken into custody for the pending arrest and as officers tried moving his SUV out of the beach access, they found a sunglasses case with the end of a hypodermic needle sticking out of it. They also found a spoon containing white powder residue, a ZipLock bag containing white powder, and a $10 bill. The powder later tested positive for cocaine.
Ellis was charge with possession of a hypodermic needle and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, as well as criminal mischief in the fourth degree, and criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, all misdemeanors.
Catherine A. Cahill released him on his own recognizance the next day.
Smoking Pot in His Room
A 16-year-old East Hampton boy was arrested after his mother called the police on him for smoking marijuana in his bedroom.
Police said they responded to a call on April 4 at 9:20 a.m., and told the mother she would have to consent to a search of her residence, which she did. Officers followed the woman into her son's bedroom, where they found the son siting on the floor with an ashtray and several marijuana cigarette butts in it.
The defendant became combative and officers had to restrain him on his bed to avoid being punched, they said in a report. After calling for back up, an officer used pepper spray to subdue to the young man. He was taken to Southampton Hospital to be treated due to the spray.
He was charged with second-degree obstruction of governmental administration, resisting arrest, both misdemeanors, second-degree harassment and unlawful possession of marijuana, both violations.
Held overnight, he was arraigned the next morning in justice court. He was turned over to sheriff's deputies afterwards.
Accident Leads to Arrest
David P. O'Shea, 30, of East Hampton, was arrested after he allegedly damaged a woman's car with a baseball bat following a car accident.
Marlene Lorena Moran-Tobar called police on the afternoon of April 1. She said she heard a loud bang and then saw O'Shea and another person running from her driveway with a bat shouting something she couldn't understand. She said she recognized O'Shea from an altercation she had with him following their accident the day before.
She told police they had collision in the parking lot of on March 31 at 10:55 p.m. O'Shea allegedly demanded $500 in cash, but she agreed to $300 and told him to follow her to her house on Abraham's Path. When they got there, her boyfriend refused to pay him the money and O'Shea reportedly left in a huff, threatening to call police. He did file a report on April 1 at about 11 a.m.
At 1:25 p.m., Moran-Tobar said O'Shea showed up at her house with a friend and a baseball bat. The wooden frame to her front door was broken, police said.
O'Shea was arrested and charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief, a misdemeanor, at headquarters at about 7:15 p.m. He was released on his own recognizance the next day.
Drunken Driving Arrests
Susan H. Yungbluth, 69, of Southampton, was charged with driving while intoxicated on Pantigo Road in East Hampton on April 11 at 11:50 p.m. Police said they first noticed her Toyota SUV when she failed to dim her high beams. After following her, they said they observed her swerving into the shoulder. She failed all field sobriety tests and was taken into custody. She was released on her own recognizance the following day.