Excerpts from Riverhead Town Justice Court docket for the weeks of April 3, 2023 (Justice Sean Walter presiding) and April 10, 2023 (Justice Lori Hulse presiding.) There were 202 and 245 criminal and traffic cases on the court’s dockets, respectively.

Convictions reported here are misdemeanors or felonies and do not include violations, unless resulting from a charge of a misdemeanor or felony, or traffic infractions. Most felony cases are removed to Suffolk County Criminal Court for prosecution and are not included in this report.

Appling, Ricardo H., 36, of Riverhead, charged on June 30, 2022 with Resisting Arrest, pleaded guilty on April 3 to Disorderly Conduct and is scheduled to be sentenced on May 26.

Aviles, Jose, 40, of Shirley, charged on Nov. 15 with Petit Larceny, Criminal Impersonation and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Seventh Degree, pleaded guilty to Disorderly Conduct on the Petit Larceny charge. The other two charges were dismissed. He was fined $300 and received a conditional discharge.

Cax-Mendez, Edwin I., 29, of Riverhead, charged on Nov. 16 with Driving While Intoxicated, Resisting Arrest, False Personation and three Vehicle and Traffic Law violations, was sentenced on April 5 to one year of interim probation supervision.

Lee, Edward A., 32, of Mattituck, charged on March 9, 2021 with Endangering the Welfare of a Child and Sexual Abuse in the Second Degree, pleaded guilty on April 5 to Harassment in the Second Degree in satisfaction of the Endangering the Welfare of a Child Charge. The Sexual Abuse charge was dismissed. He was fined $250 and a stay-away order of protection was entered.

Scruggs, Charles M., 33, of Riverhead, charged on Aug. 5, 2022 with Petit Larceny, pleaded guilty on April 11 to Disorderly Conduct and was fined $150.

Tocay-Camey, Marcos A., 27, of Riverhead, charged on Nov. 15 with Driving While Intoxicated, received a sentence of one-year interim probation supervision.

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