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Interlock Device Was Needed

Thu, 05/06/2021 - 12:16

Town police reported the arrest of Sergio Salazar-Dominguez of Accabonac Road in East Hampton on the morning on April 27 on a misdemeanor charge of driving a vehicle not equipped with an interlock device, which is needed to turn over the engine of a car driven by someone previously convicted for driving while intoxicated. Police had stopped Mr. Salazar-Dominguez on Old Orchard Lane near Ruffed Grouse Court in East Hampton at about 8 that morning. He will be arraigned at East Hampton Town Justice Court on Wednesday. 

Braulio Lucero-Vasquez of Amagansett was booked for alleged aggravated unlicensed operation, a misdemeanor, after being pulled over on Springs-Fireplace Road in East Hampton on April 26. Fausto Leon Alvarracin of Oakview Highway in East Hampton had the same charge leveled against him while driving on Cedar Street in East Hampton. The two men will appear in court on Wednesday (May 12) as well.

In East Hampton Village, Marina Sinchi Sinchi of Wainscott was arrested at Osborne Lane and Huntting Avenue for a slew of alleged misdemeanor traffic infractions, including aggravated unlicensed driving and lacking inspection, registration, proper license plates, and insurance. She will appear in town court on May 26.

Those arrested this week in Sag Harbor included William Wackerman of New York City, accused of speeding in an elementary school zone and aggravated unlicensed driving. Erin Lichy, also of New York City, was issued the latter charge on Hampton Street. On the same road, a charge of driving with suspended registration was leveled against Juan Pacheco-Garcia of Hampton Bays. Mr. Wackerman and Mr. Pacheco-Garcia will be arraigned by Justice Lisa R. Rana tomorrow, and Mr. Lichy on May 21.

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