June 12, 2013

On The Beat


Bhavesh Hasarafally, 17, of Flanders is accused of burglary, trespassing and possession of stolen property after he "hosted" a wild party – at someone else's house. Southampton Town Police said Hasarafally was also charged with entering another residence on Peconic Trail on May 31 while in possession of some of the stolen property from the residence on Huntington Lane. Hasarafally was also charged with second-degree criminal trespass, and criminal possession of stolen property.

Southampton Town Police report the arrest of a homeless man on Main Street in Riverhead Sunday. Roshawn Childress, 32, who police described as homeless, is charged with grand larceny after he was observed via video camera entering an unlocked car and removing cash and other items.

Childress allegedly fought with detectives in an attempt to avoid arrest; he was charged with a class E felony and resisting arrest, a class A misdemeanor, police said.

East Hampton

Last Friday East Hampton Town Police tried the old "Send a young looking undercover cop in to buy beer" trick at local establishments. Five violators were cited: Old Stone Market, Damark's Deli, Maidstone Market in Springs, Chiquita Latina in East Hampton, and the Memory Motel in Montauk.

East Hampton Village

On June 3 East Hampton Village Police observed a young man, 22, hitchhiking – on Newtown Lane, no less. Several people had earlier told police someone who fit his description was trying to sell them pot. The subject allowed police to search him and viola (!) they found several bags of pot and some cocaine.

Friday it was déjà vu all over again. Another 22-year-old wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt (like it's summertime, dude) was seen acting suspiciously in front of the middle school. It turned out he was packing weed as well – 53 grams to be exact. Both men were arrested, detained briefly, and released.


The driver was arrested after a pick-up truck struck a utility pole in Jamesport last Wednesday evening, snapping it in half. Cesar Cuellar-Liamas, 28, of Aquebogue, was charged with driving while intoxicated by Riverhead Town Police.

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