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One for Trespassing, Three Unlicensed

Thu, 08/19/2021 - 08:04

At 5 a.m. on Saturday, East Hampton Town police charged Nelson Pardo of Port Jefferson, 41, with criminal trespassing. The charge is a misdemeanor when a person tries to enter a fenced-off property, in this case a garage on Long Lane, East Hampton. He was arraigned here the next morning before Justice Steven Tekulsky. 

East Hampton Town and Village and Sag Harbor Village police each charged one motorist with aggravated unlicensed driving last week. 

 On North Main Street on Saturday morning, East Hampton Town police stopped a 2009 Jeep driven by Jose Padilla-Deleg, 44, of East Hampton for a traffic infraction. He will appear in Town Justice Court on Sept. 1 in answer to the charge.

 Sag Harbor police charged Stefano Cangiano, 26, of New York City on Friday afternoon after his 2009 Tesla ran a stop sign at the Madison Street-Jermain Avenue intersection. He is to appear in Sag Harbor Court  next Thursday.

 On Main Street in East Hampton on Aug. 11, village police stopped a Twin Forks Moving truck driven by Jerdine Simpson of Sag Harbor, 34. He was on his phone, they said, and failed to yield to the flashing lights in a crosswalk as a pedestrian was crossing. Mr. Simpson, who was booked for failure to yield and the cellphone infraction as well as unlicensed and uninsured driving, will be arraigned in Justice Court on Wednesday.

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