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Southold Blotter: Southold man arrested for DWI in Greenport

09/22/2018 5:55 AM |

 A Southold man was arrested in Greenport Friday around 8 p.m. after he was involved in a motor vehicle accident and was discovered unconscious at the wheel on Main Street, according to Southold Town police.

Jason Stulsky, 37, was charged with DWI drugs, possession of a controlled substance and possession of a hypodermic instrument, police said. He was found to be impaired by drugs and was in possession of fentanyl and a hypodermic needle, according to a press release. 

He was transported to Eastern Long Island Hospital by the Greenport Fire Department.

• An employee of Osprey’s Dominion in Peconic called police Sunday when an unknown man jumped on and popped a 12-foot inflatable dog that was on the property with an animal rescue organization, police said. A volunteer from that organization said the man ran from about 20 feet away and jumped on the dog, police said.

The man apparently said, “I’m not paying $2K to fix that dog,” and took off in a car. The vehicle’s license plate was recorded, the report states, but no arrest has been made.

• While out on patrol Saturday around 4:30 p.m., police observed Richard Hermance outside his Greenport residence. He was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant from Southold Town Justice Court and held for arraignment, officials said.

• A Southold woman called police, saying her father was punched in the chest outside the Orient post office Friday around 11 a.m., police said. Her father said he’d had an argument with an Orient man about his driving, but the Orient man denied punching him, police said. They were advised to stay away from each other and no charges were filed, according to Southold Town police.

• A Southold man and woman reported that a Greenport man sent them threatening text messages last Wednesday around midnight, police said. The texts said that he wanted to buy a gun and shoot them, the report states. They said they wish to pursue charges and were advised to request an order of protection, police said.

Those who are named in police reports have not been convicted of any crime or violation. The charges against them may later be reduced or withdrawn, or they may be found innocent.

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