Two arrests for driving while intoxicated topped a quiet week for the Southold Town Police Department.
* Adrian Santos, 34, of Southold was charged with DWI just before 5 a.m. on Wednesday. Police said they determined he was intoxicated after he backed his 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier into a fence on South Harbor Road in Southold. He was taken to headquarters and held for arraignment.
* Brandon E. Binder, 36, of Mattituck was charged with DWI just after midnight on Sunday, after he was stopped for a traffic infraction on Wickham Avenue and police said they discovered he was intoxicated.
* Jason Damianos, 42, of Southold was charged with DWI by Southampton Town Police after police said they determined he was intoxicated after they stopped him for a traffic infraction on Dune Road in Hampton Bays on Sunday evening.
* A woman in a Nissan Pathfinder with a New York license plate reportedly stole four eggplants from a farm stand on Route 48 in Peconic on Thursday afternoon, Aug. 12. Police could not locate the suspect.
* A brother and sister from Florida and a man from Southold were reportedly involved in a fight on the dock at the Mitchell Park Marina in Greenport at about 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 8. A witness said that Alex Cushman, 20, of Naples, Fla., was aboard a boat in the marina when he reportedly leapt ashore and verbally confronted Peter Torkelsen, 29, of Southold. The two exchanged blows, after which Mr. Cushman’s sister, Marissa Cushman, 20, of Florida, tried to intervene and suffered a minor head injury when she was pushed away. All three people fell into the water. The Greenport Fire Department responded to the scene. All three refused medical attention and none wished to press charges, according to police reports.
* A 14-year-old Greenport resident reported on Sunday that someone stole her purple 10-speed racing bicycle while it was parked in front of a marina on Manhanset Avenue.
* Natasha Rose, 31, of Mastic was arrested Aug. 13 for possession of an opium cocaine derivative, after a police investigation into an accident Ms. Rose had been involved in on June 1. Three women were in a car that spun into the woods on Route 48 in Southold that night, after which police said that they found a glass tube in the car with a trace amount of cocaine in it. Police said they determined this week that the tube belonged to Ms. Rose.
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 The charges against them may later be reduced or withdrawn, or they may be found innocent.