Southampton Town Police collared two men for robbery at Speonk Long Island Rail Road Station on Sunday, September 2.
A resident, who lives near the train station, called police at about 5 PM to report that an injured man had shown up on his doorstep requesting assistance because he was approached by two people who tried to rob him and then he was chased from the train station, police said. A second victim of the pair was located at the train station, according to police. Police were able to obtain descriptions of the two robbers and they were quickly apprehended, police said.
Nick Lauro, 38, of Patchogue and Christopher Moya-Reyes, 24, of Shirley were charged with two counts of second-degree robbery, a felony, police said. Moya-Reyes was additionally charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, a misdemeanor. No further details were available.
DWI Charge For Manhattan Man
A 48-year-old Manhattan man was arrested early Friday, August 31, on charges of drunken driving, police said.
At about 2:20 AM Michael Bush was seen driving a car that was swerving on Montauk Highway in Shinnecock Hills, and it did not stop even after the officer turned on his flashing lights and sirens, according to police. Bush, whose blood alcohol content was more than double the legal limit, was charged with driving while intoxicated, aggravated DWI, and failing to obey a police officer. He was additionally issued violations for crossing a road with hazardous markings and changing lanes unsafely.
Harbor Man Arrested For Bolting
A Sag Harbor Man — locked up in Riverside jail on an unrelated charge — was transported under warrant to Southampton Town Justice Court on Thursday, August 30, to answer a felony charge of fleeing a police officer, authorities said.
Southampton Town Police said Devin Brevard, 22, was rearrested at about 12:34 PM on August 30 and was slapped with a new set of charges, including the one for fleeing a police officer on County Road 39 in Southampton. He was additionally charged with second-degree obstructing governmental administration and false personation, both misdemeanors, though no further details were released by Southampton Town Police.
Brevard was ticketed for public urination, a violation, by East Hampton Town Police on August 19. Then he was placed under arrest on misdemeanor charges of false personation for misrepresenting himself to an officer and resisting arrest, according to East Hampton Town Justice Court. He failed to post $250 bail at his arraignment, so he was remanded to the Suffolk County Correctional Facility in Riverside. No further details were available by deadline.
Identity Theft Reported By Massachusetts Man
A 60-year-old Hudson, MA man reported the bank card he last used at Kmart in Bridgehampton had been used to make a purchase at a location in Manhattan on Wednesday, August 27, police said.
The man reported that he was notified by his bank that the transaction was suspicious and wished to document the incident. His card has since been cancelled.