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East Hampton Police Blotter: Arrests for Jan.1-10

The following information was provided by the East Hampton Police Department. Inclusion on this list does not indicate a conviction.

 

Jan. 1

  • Angel L. Varricchio, 34, of 3 Edgerton St., East Hampton was charged with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, unsafe backing and operating an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle.

Jan. 4

  • Deborah Stewart, 50, of 340 Shailor Hill Rd., Colchester was involved in a one car accident. Stewart was issued a written warning for failure to drive in the proper lane.

Jan 7

  • Peter Torres, 47, 10 Scott Road, East Hampton, was issued a written warning for traveling unreasonably fast.
  • Peggy Moyles, 47, of 143 East High St., East Hampton, was issued a written warning for traveling unreasonably fast.
  • William J. Choma, 58, of 20 Namonee Trail, East Hampton, was arrested for failing to respond to an infraction.
  • Morgan Villano, 37, of 17 Kirby Rd., Cromwell, was issued a written warning for failing to obey a traffic signal.

Jan. 8

  • David Fisher, IV, 24, of 28 Deer Run, Marlborough, was issued a written warning for failure to have a tail lamp illuminated.
  • Dillon Clapp, 20, of 18 Overlook Road, Terryville, was issued a written warning for traveling unreasonably fast.
  • Justin Rose, 21, of 57 Paley Farms Rd., Portland was issued a written warning for traveling unreasonably fast.

Jan. 9

  • Debra Grace Brooke, 38, of 4B Bellevue St., East Hampton, was charged with two counts of second-degree failure to appear in court stemming from two separate incidents.
  • Ginger Tullai, 49, of 196 West High St., Salem and Zachary Zimmitti, 20, of 110 Davidson Rd., East Hampton were involved in a two car accident at the intersection of Route 16 and Smith Street.  Tullai was issued a written warning for failure to grant the right of way at a stop sign.
  • Patrick Salvatore Aiello, 24, of 3 Sears Place, East Hampton was charged with failure to respond.


Jan 10

  • Jasmine Nicole Menard, 23, of 48 Middletown Ave., East Hampton was charged with third-degree assault and disorderly conduct stemming from a May 8th, 2012 incident.

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