Drivers arrested last week included Jose Chimborazo of East Hampton, who was booked for aggravated unlicensed driving after hitting a tree on private property at the intersection of Wainscott Main Street and Beach Lane. Mr. Chimborazo, who told town police he'd slid on ice after swerving to avoid a deer, will appear in East Hampton Justice Court on March 3.
Jonathan Chanduvi-Valencia of Torrington, Conn., and Frensy Drulliard of Philadelphia will answer the same charge in court on Wednesday. East Hampton Village police picked up Mr. Drulliard, who was driving a Morejon Transport delivery truck, at the intersection of Osborne and Newtown Lanes after it rear-ended a 2013 Nissan driven by Michelle Brown of East Hampton. Ms. Brown's passenger, Sofaria Perry, complained of shoulder pain and was taken by East Hampton ambulance to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, where she was treated and released.
Two other drivers, both charged with operating with a suspended registration, were Norma Arias of Montauk and Sandra Oliveira of Sag Harbor; they will be in court in March.