Following a domestic dispute on March 7, East Hampton Town police reported that Noe Guaman-Nieves intentionally ran his 2012 Mitsubishi into a 2008 Hyundai parked in a driveway on Clinton Street in Springs. Then, they said, he "aggressively" backed out, striking two mailboxes — all with his 2-year-old in the backseat.
He was arrested just after midnight on March 8 at his home on Three Mile Harbor Road and charged with two felonies: criminal contempt for violating an order of protection, and criminal mischief for the property damage, which came to more than $250. He also faces misdemeanor counts of acting in a manner that might injure a child under 17 and aggravated unlicensed driving. The charges come almost exactly a year after similar ones leveled in March 2020, when Mr. Guaman-Nieves hit a woman in the face in violation of another protective order.
He was held overnight and appeared in Justice Court in the morning before East Hampton Town Justice Steven Tekulsky.
Traffic arrests came in pairs last week. Ivan Campos Bermudez of Hampton Bays and Michael Quilty of Sag Harbor will appear before Justice Lisa Rana in Sag Harbor Village Court on Friday, April 2, charged with driving on suspended registrations. On Wednesday, Gregory Gilroy of New York City and Nukri Levanidze of Massapequa will be in the East Hampton court to answer charges of unlicensed driving.