A 35-year-old homeless woman and a Northampton man were arrested after a police officer found them having sex in the back of a car parked at Wildwood Lake in Northampton on Wednesday, July 25, Southampton Town Police said.
Police said Alison Pfefferkorn, who lives in the Riverside area, and Milton Leon-Gutierrez, 23, were in a public parking lot at the park and in full public view at about 5:30 PM. Both were charged with public lewdness, a misdemeanor. Pfefferkorn was later found in possession of a glass crack pipe for which she was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, also a misdemeanor, police said.
Bays Man Busted on Assault Charge
An 18-year-old Hampton Bays man was arrested on Sunday, July 29, for allegedly beating a man and damaging his property, Southampton Town police said.
Noah Gembenski was charged with second-degree assault and third-degree criminal mischief. He was held overnight at police headquarters in Hampton Bays for arraignment in the morning at Southampton Town Justice Court. No further information was available from police.
Two Arrested For Leaving Crash Scene
Two people were arrested in two unrelated incidents about 11 hours apart on Tuesday, July 24, on misdemeanor charges of leaving the scene of a car crash without reporting it to police, Southampton Town police said.
Jorge Escalante-Perez, 32, of Mattituck was arrested on Ocean Road in Bridgehampton after he struck an ice cream truck and left without exchanging information at about 6 AM, according to police. Paola Lopez, 18, of East Quogue was arrested after she was involved in a crash on Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays at about 5 PM.
In another driving incident, a 26-year-old man Hampton Bays woman was arrested for breaking someone’s window during an altercation on Ponquogue Avenue in Hampton Bays. Police charged Lakea Staton with criminal mischief, a misdemeanor.
DWI Charge In Flanders
A 65-year-old Calverton woman was arrested in Flanders and was charged with driving while intoxicated on Friday, July 27, Southampton Town police said.
Linda Jones was initially stopped because the car she was driving was swerving and its headlights were dimmed, according to the police report. Police said Jones was previously arrested for DWI in the last 10 years, but they did not say if she was charged with a misdemeanor or felony.
Tiana Beach Facility Burglarized
The Town of Southampton’s Tiana Beach Bathing Facility on Dune Road in Hampton Bays was burglarized sometime overnight between 7 PM on Tuesday, July 24, and 7 AM on Wednesday, July 25, town police said.
Police said the burglar or burglars forced their way inside the facility, which is the second to be burglarized in July, to gain entry and damaged the safe, but there was no money or parking passes for them to take. The town’s Ponquogue facility was broken into earlier last month and money and parking passes were stolen.