A press release from the East Hampton Police Department:
Thomas M. Novack, 23, of 150 Thornbush Rd., Mansfield turned himself in pursuant to an active arrest warrant stemming from a fatal motor vehicle accident that occurred on June 11. Novack was processed and charged with second-degree manslaughter, failure to drive right and driving under the influence is scheduled to appear before the Middletown Superior Court on Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at 9 a.m.
Robert Saltus, 31, of 20 Middletown Ave., East Hampton was issued a ticket for driving a motor vehicle while using a hand-held mobile telephone device, distracted driving and failure to drive right.
Jason Oatway, 40, of 64 Foxcroft Dr., Manchester and a 16-year-old juvenile of East Hampton were involved in a two-car motor vehicle accident on Lake Drive near the intersection of Clark Hill Road. Oatway was issued a ticket for failure to drive right.
Shylan L. Young, 26, of 116 Young St., East Hampton was arrested by officers after they witnessed him traveling at 25 mph over the 45 mph. speed limit and then lose control of his vehicle which then came to rest in a ditch full of rocks.
Young was charged with driving under the influence, traveling too fast for conditions and driving with a suspended license. He is scheduled to appear
before the Middletown Superior Court on Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 9 a.m.
While performing a routine property check of the Salmon River State Park, Officer Pekar discovered several unoccupied vehicles that were parked in the woods in various areas after-hours. Sergeant Boynton and an officer from DEEP assisted in the search of the occupants. Fourteen individuals were located.
As a result, Shay Peterson, 19, of 218 Stonycrest Dr, Middletown, Tyler Reiser, 20 of 698 Beaver Meadow Rd, Higganum, Jennifer Wall, 21, of 50 Smith St, East Hampton, and Vincent Loosemore, 22, of 218 Main St, Portland, were issued tickets for after-hours violations.
Ryan M. DiPace, 23, of 4 Minnetonka Trail, East Hampton was arrested for disorderly conduct and second-degree harassment.
Officer Gionfriddo responded to Center School for a report of an intoxicated man threatening youths with a baseball bat and firearms. Officers were able to determine that the man was William Charles Landry, 60, of 17 Bevin Boulevard.
Landry was located at his home where further investigation resulted in his arrest. He was charged with second-degree threatening and disorderly conduct. Landry is scheduled to appear before the Middletown Superior Court on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at 9 a.m. to answer to the aforementioned charges.