Editor's Note: The following information was supplied by the Southampton Town Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation and does not indicate guilt.
• Christopher Worrell, 24, of Southampton, was arrested on petty larceny charges on Jan. 19. Police said he was caught shoplifting from King Kullen in Hampton Bays around 7:15 p.m. He was transported to police headquarters and released on a desk appearance ticket. Reports state he stole a package of chicken valued at $4.59.
• Thomas Halek, 42, of Southampton, was arrested on Jan. 14 on charges of petty larceny and criminal trespassing in the second degree, both misdemeanors. According to reports, police received a 911 call around 2 a.m. of a suspicious male in the area of Tulip Avenue and Wakeman Road in Hampton Bays, with the caller seeing a man going into vehicles in the area.
Police reportedly saw Halek attempting to remove property from a car without permission or authority to do so. Reports state he also had an active arrest warrant. He was arrested and transported to police headquarters for processing, and held for arraignment.
• Rainbow Hill, 34, a Southampton resident, was arrested on Jan. 18 on petty larceny charges. According to reports, she was witnessed at Hampton Bays King Kullen placing food items into an empty pocketbook and attempted to leave the store without paying for them. She was arrested and transported to police headquarters for processing.
• Javier Ajcuc, 32, of Southampton, was arrested on charged of aggravated DWI on Jan. 20. According to reports, around 2 a.m., Ajcuc was stopped on Montauk Highway near Springville Road for a traffic infraction. Reports state that further investigation revealed that he was driving in an intoxicated condition. He was arrested and also charged with aggravated unlicensed operation in the third degree, moving from a lane unsafely, and possession of an open container, and transported to headquarters for processing.
• Sandra Chaves, 36, was arrested on Jan. 13 on a charge of DWAI. According to reports, she was stopped for failing to maintain her lane of travel and driving on an unsafe tire on Old Quogue Road in Riverside around 9:45 p.m. Reports state she had an odor of alcoholic beverage on her breath and red glassy eyes, and she she performed poorly on field sobriety tests, and failed a prescreen device indicating she was intoxicated. She was reportedly transported to headquarters, where she submitted to a chemical test with a 0.07 percent blood alcohol content result. She was processed and released.