Southampton Blotter: Drug, weapons arrest on Flanders Road

A Southampton woman was arrested Saturday on Flanders Road and charged with possessing drugs and weapons, according to Southampton Town police.

Donna James, 47, was driving near the intersection of Flanders Road and Bellows Pond Road at about 7 p.m. when police ran her license plate number through an Automatic License Plate Reader system, officials said.

Police found she was driving with a suspended license and switched license plates, officials said. In addition, Ms. James was driving without auto insurance or a valid vehicle registration, officials said.

After she was pulled over, Ms. James took out a small, blue pill from her back pocket and said it was a Xanax, which she didn’t have a prescription for, police said. Crack cocaine, marijuana and a set of brass knuckles were also located in her vehicle, police said.

Ms. James was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, and possession of a controlled substance in a non-original container, officials said.

• A Riverside man was arrested last Tuesday and charged with drunk driving and driving without a license, police said.

Henry Mils, 58, was driving with faulty headlights on Lake Avenue in Riverside when police pulled him over at about 5 a.m., police said.

Mr. Mills was charged with driving while ability impaired, not having a license and inadequate lights, police said.

• Sharon Denoon, 29, of Riverhead was arrested on a warrant for a seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance charge Friday at around 5:45 p.m. on Pine Court in Northampton, officials said. Additional information was not available.

• Rudy Diaz, 24, of Flanders was arrested on a civilian complaint and charged with second-degree harassment on Sunday night at about 9 p.m. after an investigation revealed that he had punched an acquaintance in the head on Wood Road Trail in Flanders, police said.

• A Riverleigh Avenue resident told police last Tuesday that he came home at about 6 p.m. and found that the back bedroom window of his home had been broken while he was out at work.