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Stopped Too Soon, and Then . . .

Wed, 02/03/2021 - 16:43

A Medford woman who drew the attention of Sag Harbor police at 2 a.m. on Jan. 25 by stopping for a Main Street stop sign 20 feet away from the sign and then driving through it, was charged later that morning with driving while intoxicated.

Lindsey Nunn, 33,  was pulled over on Ferry Road after "unsafely changing lanes," police reported, and allegedly failed roadside sobriety tests. Back at police headquarters, she refused to submit to a chemical test or to sign the police report of the incident. She was searched, according to the report, "at which point she became uncooperative, refusing to answer questions and lying on the ground." She then "stated she was having a medical emergency," but Southampton Volunteer Ambulance personnel did not find that to be the case.

Ms. Nunn appeared before Justice Lisa R. Rana in Sag Harbor Court later that morning.

Also charged with D.W.I. last week was Emilio Urena, 45, a Sag Harbor resident, after police said they spotted his gray Honda swerving down Hampton Street. The report noted that he had a nonworking taillight and performed poorly on the field sobriety tests. Mr. Urena was arraigned the next morning by Justice Rana.


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