Two local people were arrested late last month in traffic stops on charges of driving while intoxicated, and a third in a welfare check, New York State Police said.
Gillian Gargiulo, 34, of Riverhead was arrested in Southold on Saturday, July 28, and was charged with driving while ability impaired by alcohol. Police said she was driving on Country Road 48 at about 2:10 AM and was stopped for failing to stop at a flashing red light and for failure to keep to the right. Upon further investigation, Gargiulo was found to be impaired with a blood alcohol content of .07 percent, according to police.
Felipe Sobrinho, 34, of Southampton was arrested in Hampton Bays on Saturday, July 28, and was charged with driving while intoxicated. Police said he was driving on Montauk Highway at about midnight when he was stopped because the passenger side headlight of his car was out. Sobrinho was intoxicated and refused to take a breath test, police said.
Julie Willingham, 39, of Riverhead was arrested in Riverhead on Monday, July 23, and was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor, and unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation. Police said Willingham contacted them to check on the welfare of her boyfriend, but upon arrival and an initial interview with Willingham, further investigation revealed she was in possession of a glass pipe containing crack cocaine and marijuana. After checking on the welfare of her boyfriend, Willingham was transported back to the troopers’ Riverside barracks, police said.
All three were released with appearance tickets returnable to the courts of the jurisdictions in which they were arrested.