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  • Three men, the driver of a Chevrolet S.U.V. and two passengers, were arrested on felony charges related to cocaine trafficking after a routine traffic stop in Montauk at about midnight Friday.
  • Bobby Conte Thornton, 24, a recent transplant from the West Coast to Manhattan, was charged with drunken driving early Saturday morning on Cedar Street in East Hampton.
  • A Sag Harbor man, David Wisner, 42, accused by police of choking his girlfriend early Friday morning until she passed out, was arrested later that day on a felony charge of strangulation.
  • A 2006 Mini Cooper rear-ended a 2015 Toyota on West Lake Drive in Montauk Friday night just before 10 p.m., resulting in trips to Southampton Hospital for five people.
  • Responding to a report of 2015 Dodge Charger with flashing emergency red and white lights forcing cars off the road in Montauk on Sunday afternoon, East Hampton Town police arrested a Brooklyn man, Krishna L. Parihar, on charges of impersonating an officer.
  • Nineteen people were charged with violations of the town code when The East Hampton Town Code Enforcement Department, working with the Building Department, fire marshals, and town police, executed a search warrant at 13 Beech Hollow Court in Montauk at 6 a.m.
  • Two women were charged within a three-day period recently for driving while intoxicated with children under 15 in the car, an automatic felony under Leandra’s Law.
  • An East Hampton man was charged with misdemeanor drunken driving in Springs shortly before 3 a.m. yesterday after crashing a sport utility vehicle into a tree, seriously injuring his passenger.
  • An East Hampton woman, Angelique M. Smith, 39, is facing two felony charges after a domestic altercation with her boyfriend on Aug. 22. East Hampton Town police accused Ms. Smith of repeatedly striking Levy Mwanza before hurling a flowerpot at his head and smashing the front window of his 2003 Ford.
  • East Hampton Town police arrested a Manhattan man Sunday on misdemeanor charges of reckless boating while intoxicated after he ran his vessel aground, injuring four passengers, all of whom were taken by ambulance to Southampton Hospital. The man, Benjamin Plum, 33, was held overnight for a Monday morning arraignment.

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