Southold blotter: DWI arrests and stolen baby formula

06/06/2015 6:00 AM |

A Mattituck woman was arrested for DWI early Saturday morning, police said.

Samanta Juskauskaite was driving on Route 25 when she was pulled over at 3:45 a.m. for not maintaining her lane, officials said. She was arrested and charged with DWI.

• A Laurel man was arrested for DWI last Monday evening in Laurel, police said.

Frederick Milner was driving on Peconic Bay Boulevard when he was pulled over at 7:21 p.m. for a traffic violation, officials said. He was found to be intoxicated and was arrested.

• An unidentified man reportedly stole six cans of baby formula from CVS in Mattituck last Wednesday evening, police said.

Authorities said a CVS manager told them a white male entered the store around 7:30 p.m. and ran out with six cans of Enfamil without paying. The formula is valued at $180, police said.

• An employee at a Southold insurance agency is accused of issuing fraudulent identification cards to two different people, Southold police said.

In the first incident, a Mattituck man told police last Wednesday that he was given a fraudulent insurance ID card by an employee at East End Insurance. In the second incident, a Southold woman told authorities on Friday that the same employee provided her with false insurance cards. As a result, she told police, her vehicle’s registration was suspended for a lapse in insurance.

Police are investigating.

• An unidentified person reportedly stole a Mattituck man’s car from the Waldbaum’s parking lot in Mattituck, police said.

The victim told authorities his vehicle, a tan-colored 2005 Honda Civic, was taken last Monday at 9:42 p.m. Police are investigating.

• A Wading River woman told police her purse was stolen from Whiskey Wind Tavern in Greenport last Saturday.

According to a report, the woman’s tan Michael Kors purse was taken around 10:16 p.m. at the Front Street bar. Police are investigating.

• A Laurel man told authorities an unidentified person broke into his home by entering one of its windows but didn’t take anything, police said.

The man told officials he returned home from work last Tuesday at 7:21 p.m. and discovered that an unidentified person had broken his spare house key while trying to gain entrance. The suspect then entered a window at the rear of the house, causing damage to the window screen, police said.

The victim told police “things were slightly ransacked” but nothing was taken during the incident. Authorities are investigating.

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