A pair of overnight checkpoints led to three DWI arrests in Riverhead Friday night and Saturday morning, town police said.
Lurwin Casco-Carranza, 29, of Freeport; Carl Trent, 47, of Wading River; and Mario Santos-Ramirez, 30, of Bridgehampton were all charged with driving while intoxicated after approaching the checkpoints, police said.
Other drivers were issued summonses for operating a motor vehicle without a license, expired inspections and equipment violations, according to police.
The checkpoints were conducted on Roanoke and Peconic avenues until 4:30 a.m. Saturday, police said.
* Waverly Brown, 42, of Shirley was arrested by town police on Horton Avenue about 6 a.m. Monday and charged with assault, officials said. No additional information was available.
* Calvin Wesley Jr, 18, of Riverhead was arrested by town police Monday after he was allegedly caught with a dirt bike that was reported stolen last week, officials said. Mr. Wesley was arrested on Ellen Street in Riverhead about 6 a.m. and charged with criminal possession of stolen property.
* Jordan Gormez, 21, of Mattituck was arrested last Thursday after he allegedly threw a cell phone at his ex-girlfriend’s father’s head, officials said. Police said Mr. Gormez became agitated after the man, who claimed he owned the phone, asked for it back. Mr. Gormez was charged with assault, officials said. The arrest occurred on Sound Avenue in Northville about 4 p.m.
* Sharike Calloway, 29, of Riverhead was arrested after town police executed a search warrant early last Wednesday and found her in possession of marijuana, police said. Ms. Calloway was arrested at police headquarters about 5 a.m. and charged with criminal possession of marijuana and endangering the welfare of a child, officials said. It was not clear where police searched or how much marijuana they found.
* David Gaymon, 30, of the Bronx was arrested by town police last Wednesday and charged with assault, police said. Mr. Gaymon was arrested about 6:30 p.m. at Splish Splash Water Park.
* Someone broke into a Kay Road home in Wading River last Wednesday and stole a two-foot-long python. The theft was reported about 7 a.m.
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 The charges against them may later be reduced or withdrawn, or they may be found innocent.