Adrian Pizarro, a 29-year-old from Sag Harbor, was driving a 2002 gold Ford on Saturday night when Sag Harbor Village police caught up with him on Swamp Road near Route 114 for failing to maintain his lane. That proved to be the week's only alcohol-related arrest. Police reported that Mr. Pizarro's unsatisfactory performance on roadside sobriety tests was followed by a night in custody. He appeared in the morning before Justice Lisa R. Rana; it was his first such arrest.
Also on local roads, an East Hampton woman, Abigail Gawronski, and a Brooklyn man, Peter Reda, were charged in Sag Harbor last week with driving with suspended registrations.
Mr. Reda will appear in Sag Harbor court on April 16; Ms. Gawronski will answer her charge in East Hampton Justice Court tomorrow. Joining her are Wilson Plaza of Bridgehampton, charged with aggravated unlicensed operation and suspended registration, and Esau Lopez of Brentwood, who was clocked in East Hampton Village at 40 miles per hour in a 20 m.p.h. zone and also charged with unlicensed operation.
Harry Helbing of Sag Harbor will be in court there tomorrow, charged with passing seven vehicles and driving through two crosswalks recklessly, said Sag village police, who booked him also for speeding, unsafe lane change, and reckless driving.