Southampton Blotter: Woman says man slapped her, tossed juice on her car

04/11/2012 10:14 AM |

A Northampton woman reported being slapped in the face by a man last Monday and also said that the man tossed juice on her car and started hitting the car with a glass.

This all happened after a verbal argument on Wildwood Trail, Southampton Town police said.

The man then started jumping on the car and threatening to get in it, police said, adding that the woman and her 3-year-old son were in the car at the time. The child was extremely scared and screaming while this was going on, the woman told police.

She said she called police because she was afraid the child would get hurt, but after officers left, she called again and the suspect told her, “I’m going to cut you … because you have the cops at my house.”

No arrests were immediately reported.

• A 12-gauge shotgun valued at $1,000 and a DPMS Panther AR-15 rifle valued at $4,000 were reported stolen from the bedroom of a home on Moon Avenue in Flanders Friday. The owner of the guns told police the guns were hidden in his room.

He said nothing else was missing, including some other guns he had.

• A traffic stop led to a drug-related arrest last week in Riverhead, police said.

Cynthia Massenburg, 46, of Riverleigh Avenue in Riverside was stopped by police for failing to stay in her lane about 4:15 a.m. Saturday on Lake and Woodhull avenues in Riverside, police said. She was then found to be in possession of crack cocaine, which an officer spotted in the center console area of the car, police said.

She was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

• Ilyse Labue, 33, of Flanders Road in Riverside was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated Saturday night on Flanders Road and Polk Street in Flanders, police said.

Ms. Labue was stopped by police for following another car too closely and unsafely moving from a lane when she was discovered to be intoxicated, according to police, who said she performed poorly on standardized field sobriety tests and failed a pre-screen breath test.

In addition to the DWI charges, she was charged with following too closely and moving from a lane unsafely.

• A Riverhead woman reported that a woman and a juvenile, whom police did not identify, kicked and struck her car with sticks, causing more than $250 worth of damage, according to police. No arrests were reported.

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.