Sag Harbor Village police made two arrests on misdemeanor driving while intoxicated charges this past weekend.
Frank Boccanfusco, 56, of Purchase, NY, was driving a 2018 Jeep Cherokee Saturday night, August 17, when he blew through the stop sign at the intersection of Bay and Main streets, police said. At police headquarters, he refused to take a breath test. Because of that refusal, his driving privileges were suspended. Boccanfusco will have an administrative hearing at the Department of Motor Vehicles in Riverhead next week to determine if that suspension is to remain in effect for an entire year. He was released after being arraigned without bail.
Adrian Kestler, 21, of Sag Harbor was pulled over for speeding on Hampton Road early morning Monday, August 19, Sag Harbor police said. He was behind the wheel of a 2010 Subaru allegedly moving 42 mph in a 30-mph zone, leading to a traffic stop and Kestler’s arrest. He was released without bail after being arraigned later that day.
Amanda Galasso, 29, of Amagansett, was driving a 1992 Acura when she ran the stop sign by the train station in Amagansett around midnight, August 13, East Hampton Town police said. Police said Galasso was also speeding at the time, going 62 mph in a 30. She was held overnight, and released the next morning without having to post bail.