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Drivers Without Paperwork on Local Roads

Thu, 04/29/2021 - 08:50

One airplane-related arrest last week, covered separately on this page, was the only break from the usual reports of road-related incidents.

In Sag Harbor, Valter Felisberto of Laurel was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation, a misdemeanor, on Hampton Street. Fredy Hernandez Campos of Southampton was flagged near the same spot for the same alleged offense, as well as for reportedly driving with a suspended registration, also a misdemeanor. Segundo Atariguana-Rodas of Riverhead was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation on Brick Kiln Road, and Ricardo Lugo of Huntington Station with driving with a suspended registration on Route 114. All four will be arraigned on May 7.

Marcelo Ricardo Parada of Shelter Island was stopped on Main Street and Glover Street in Sag Harbor, initially for failure to display an inspection sticker on the windshield, which is a violation, but what followed was his arrest on a charge of aggravated unlicensed driving. He appeared before Justice Lisa R. Rana in Sag Harbor Justice Court on Sunday.

In East Hampton, Isabella Crowell and Geni Pazminomayorga of East Hampton were booked, respectively, for driving with suspended registration along Three Mile Harbor Road and aggravated unlicensed operation along Old Orchard Lane and Ruffed Grouse Court. On Montauk Highway in East Hampton Town, Jorge Ordonez of Ozone Park was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation and driving with suspended registration. All three will appear in court on May 12.

Nunzio Loguercio of Moriches was stopped in East Hampton Village on North Main Street and charged with aggravated unlicensed operation and driving an uninspected car. He was arraigned yesterday.


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