State police reports: Mattituck man drove drunk, on drugs

A Mattituck man faces driving while intoxicated and a felony drugs charge after he was allegedly caught with narcotics while driving in Riverhead on Saturday, state police said.

Raymond Neighley, 56, was stopped on County Road 105 for speeding and having an inadequate headlight, according to a police statement. Troopers found Mr. Neighley was intoxicated and “was in possession of narcotics” and marijuana, police said.

He was arrested and charged with DWI, felony criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation, according to the statement.

Mr. Neighley was taken to Suffolk County jail; his arraignment information was not immediately available.

• A Riverhead woman is facing drug possession charges after she was stopped by state troopers for speeding in Flanders, according to a police report.

Rosemary Brown, 48, was pulled over on County Road 105 on Tuesday and police said they found she was driving with a suspended license. State troopers reportedly found drugs during the traffic stop and arrested Ms. Brown.

She was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana and traffic infractions. Ms. Brown was released with a future court date.

• A driver from Mattituck who crashed his car in Flanders was arrested for driving while intoxicated last week, state police said.

John Edwards, 59, was involved in a one-car collision on County Road 104 Friday, according to a state police report. He was arrested after the accident by state troopers and released with an upcoming court date in Southampton Town court, police said.

• Mirana Burwell, 20 of Riverhead, was arrested for drunken driving Saturday after being stopped for speeding on CR 58 in Riverhead, state police said. Ms. Burwell was released from custody with traffic tickets, police said.

• An 18-year-old Flanders man was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest following an incident on Flanders Road Friday, state police said.

Xavier Cancel was arrested and taken to Suffolk County jail, where he was held for arraignment. His bail information was not immediately available.

Police could not provide further information about the incident.

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