Four out-of-towners charged
April 25, 2019 at 4:46 a.m.
Last week, four out-of-towners were arrested for disorderly conduct, driving while intoxicated and driving with broken brake lights.
*Employees at Hubba Restaurant called Port Chester police on Thursday, Apr. 18, when they had difficulty getting a patron to leave who was allegedly being unnecessarily rude.
When police arrived at the 24 N. Main St. eatery at 1:23 a.m., they saw a man eating alone. Employees told them, according to the police report, that after serving the man, he became aggressively disrespectful with foul language and demands. When they asked him to leave due to the behavior, he allegedly refused.
The officers then also asked the White Plains resident to leave the restaurant. According to the police report, when he ultimately left, he threw scraps from his plate at the staff. Outside of the establishment, police continued to instruct the man to disperse. However, he allegedly responded with insults and yells indicating the police could not tell him what to do. After he allegedly took a threatening stance, the cops detained him.
The 27-year-old was charged with disorderly conduct, a violation.
*A patrolling Rye Brook police officer allegedly saw a black Honda Civic on King Street traveling with dysfunctional equipment on Friday, Apr. 19.
The cop pulled over the Yonkers resident because his brake lights were allegedly not working. However, when doing the routine background check, he allegedly realized that Ramon Eduardo also had suspended driving privileges and the car’s registration was expired.
The 25-year-old was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle, a misdemeanor. He was also charged with violations--the broken brake lights and having an expired registration.
*As Port Chester police were conducting a sobriety checkpoint on Abendroth Avenue and Mill Street on Friday, Apr. 19, a man driving a red Chevy TrailBlazer allegedly failed to stop.
Despite officers giving hand and flashlight signals for the 43-year-old to pull over, he allegedly continued driving at 11:25 p.m. According to the police report, an officer had to chase after him and bang on the windows before he complied. While speaking to the driver, he allegedly immediately appeared intoxicated, with bloodshot eyes and alcohol on his breath.
According to the police report, José Pasaca Penafiel claimed to have a driver’s license but left it at home. As he went into the glove box to look for paperwork, the officer allegedly saw a mostly consumed bottle of Heineken wedged between the center console and the passenger seat. Subsequently, he was asked to do onsite sobriety tests and allegedly failed before his blood alcohol content was revealed at .21 percent, more than twice the legal limit of .08.
The Stamford, Conn. resident was charged with driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor. He was also issued violations for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, disobeying a lawful order, driving an unregistered vehicle and driving with an open container of alcohol in the car.
*A few hours later at the same sobriety checkpoint, police stopped a man driving a grey Ford Explorer at 1:10 a.m. on Saturday, Apr. 20.
When they approached the driver, they realized his eyes were allegedly bloodshot and glassy. Cops proceeded to ask the man if he had any alcoholic beverages that night. In response, he allegedly explained that he had a few Modelo beers while visiting his brother on Fox Island Road and was currently driving to his home in Greenwich, Conn.
Police proceeded to ask the man to perform sobriety tests, which he ultimately allegedly failed. According to the police report, the 41-year-old’s blood alcohol content was later revealed at .23 percent, more than twice the legal limit of .08.
Fabian Cardenas Vasquez was charged with driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor. He was also issued a violation for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.