Riverhead Police said she went to a check cashing service

Forged Check Sinks Mt. Sinai Woman

Nicole Guida of Mount Sinai, 23, was sitting on some hot paper, Riverhead Town Police said.

On March 12, Guida allegedly walked into the Frank and Ross Payroll Service at 190 Old Country Road in Riverhead and tried to convert it into cash. The camera whirled, though, and she was filmed during the act. The footage proved her undoing.

On Thursday, November 1, police said they found their woman after they said an investigation revealed her identity. Guida was taken into custody and charged with criminal possession of a forged instrument second degree.

The Citgo Gas Station at Osborn Avenue and Route 58 in Riverhead, was broken into early Saturday, November 3.

Police said in a press release that an officer on patrol discovered a broken window on the east side of the gas station. Someone apparently broke a window, got inside, an made an unsuccessful attempt to steal cash from the ATM machine. The intruder left before police arrived.

On the North Fork, Southold Town Police received a call around 1:24 AM on Saturday, November 3, from a man reporting a disturbance involving a woman.

Estefanny Ramales, 25, of Greenport was attempting to back out of the driveway. Police allege when they confronted her, the smell of alcohol permeated the air and that she subsequently failed sobriety tests.

The previous night, shortly before 9:30, police responded to an accident scene on Route 48. Yehinson Palaez, 24, of Laurel, one of the drivers, was arrested after responding officers determined she was intoxicated.

Troopers Nab Drunk Drivers

NY State Troopers reported three arrests for allegedly driving while intoxicated.

On Friday, November 2, at approximately 8:15 AM, Diego Segarra, 26, of Mastic was driving westbound on Sunrise Highway, east of exit 64 in East Quogue, and was stopped for speeding and moving from his lane unsafely. Cops said that upon further investigation, Segarra was found to be intoxicated, with a blood alcohol content of .12 percent. Segarra was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated and was issued an appearance ticket returnable on November 29 in Southampton Town Court.

The next day, at approximately 3 AM, Paula Chacon, 38, of Southampton was parked on the shoulder of Sunrise Highway eastbound, east of exit 65. Upon further investigation, Chacon was found to be intoxicated with a BAC of .17 percent, according to police. Chacon was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated and was released on an appearance ticket returnable on November 19 in Southampton Town Court.

On November 4 at approximately 3:33 AM, Maria Nerio, 44, of Islandia was parked on pavement at Montauk Highway and Canoe Place Road in Hampton Bays. Upon further investigation, Nerio was found to be impaired, with a BAC of .07, according to police. Nerio was arrested and charged with driving while ability impaired by alcohol and was issued an appearance ticket returnable on November 12 in Southampton Town Court.

rmurphy@indyeastend.com