A Northampton man with a long criminal history was arrested again Sunday after yelling and cursing at an officer who was attempting to issue him a summons, Southampton Town Police said.
Mark Goode, 38, of Wildwood Trail in Northampton was observed sleeping on the front lawn of a home on Old Quogue Road Sunday morning. According to police, when the officer who saw Mr. Goode attempted to serve him with a criminal summons on charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, related to a previous incident, Mr. Goode started to yell and curse in the middle of the road, in view of neighbors, and smacked the officer’s hand as he tried to serve the warrant.
Mr. Goode was charged with second-degree harassment, second-degree obstructing government administration and disorderly conduct,
He has been arrested at least two other times this year.
In March, police said he punched an officer in the face and yelled obscenities after being charged with an open alcohol container violation in Riverside and, in February, state police arrested him for assault after he allegedly punched a man in the face during a fight at the Shell gas station in Riverside.
• John Gallino, 36, of Mahogany Road in Rocky Point was charged with driving while intoxicated after hitting a parked car on Flanders Road in Hampton Bays Saturday night. Mr. Gallino was treated at Peconic Bay Medical Center for injuries sustained in the accident, police said. He also was charged with moving from a lane unsafely and not wearing a seat belt, according to police.
• Anthony Durham, 24, of Albany Avenue in Flanders was charged with second-degree harassment last Monday night after he was involved in a dispute with a man in his house, and then punched that man in the right eye, according to police, who said the victim signed a complaint against Mr. Durham.
• A Flanders woman reported being punched, scratched and pushed and having her hair pulled by three woman who came to her Woodroad Trail house and started beating her in front of her child about 11 p.m. Saturday, police said.
The three suspects then fled the area, police said. The victim had been involved in a prior dispute with the three women, police said.
• Several windows were broken in a car parked on Birth Court in Northampton last Thursday, according to police, who estimated the damage at $1,200.
• A man reportedly exposed himself in public on Lake Avenue in Northampton last Thursday, police said. The incident was reported shortly before 3 p.m. No arrests were made.
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.