Two other allegedly highly intoxicated men arrested in Montauk

EH Cops: Man Charged With Burglary, Rape




A Springs man is facing a charge of rape in the third degree after an incident that allegedly took place early morning June 1.

According to the police, Edwin Gustavo Yepez-Prado, 31, was highly intoxicated when he entered a room belonging to a woman he was acquainted with at his Three Mile Harbor address. He climbed into the sleeping woman’s bed and began having sex with her, waking her up. The alleged victim began yelling, the police said, and Yepez-Prado left the room.

Besides the rape charge, he is also facing a burglary charge, for allegedly trespassing with the intent to commit a crime. Police confiscated his clothing, apparently for forensic evidence testing.

Bail was set June 2 at $50,000.

Yepez-Prado remained in custody in county jail as of Monday morning.

In other news, a Montauk man was allegedly highly intoxicated on the afternoon of June 1 when he threw rocks at a 1997 Ford truck parked near his property on Glenmore Avenue, smashing its windshield. Police said Craig Carman also ripped off a pair of decorative horns from the front grill of the truck. “That truck has been parked there, forever,” Carman is said to have told police. He was charged with felony criminal mischief. Held overnight, he was released on $800 bail after being arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court.

Another highly intoxicated man, according to the police, who was arrested this week in Montauk was Conor Thomas Frank, 25, of Murrieta, CA. Frank was arrested downtown on Sunday, June 2, after allegedly stealing the tip cup from Left Hand Coffee Shop. The tip cup had nine dollars in it, police said. Before going to Left Hand, he reportedly tried to steal something, unsuccessfully, from Fudge ‘n Stuff.

Charged with misdemeanor, petty larceny, Frank was held overnight, to be arraigned Monday. Bail was set at $200. Unable to post that amount, he was taken to county jail later that day.

t.e@indyeastend.com