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Oct 26, 2014 5:56 PMPublication: The Southampton Press

Two Women Arrested For Possession Of Crack In Hampton Bays

Oct 28, 2014 12:53 PM

Southampton Town Police arrested two women, one of whom was pregnant, and charged them both with possession of crack cocaine in Hampton Bays on Friday evening after one tried to flee a traffic stop in her car, nearly injuring the pregnant suspect.

Town Police stopped Kimberly Kulick, 30, of Hampton Bays on Bittersweet Avenue at around 7:30 p.m. for speeding and found that she had a suspended license and was in possession of crack cocaine. The officer asked Ms. Kulick, who is pregnant, to step out of the car and had her sit on the rear tailgate of the car.

Officers then asked Mr. Kulick’s passenger, 42-year-old Carolyn Parker of Riverhead, to exit the vehicle as well, but she refused. Instead, Ms. Parker got into the driver’s seat and drove away—nearly causing Ms. Kulick to fall to the ground, with an officer catching her. Police said she was not injured.

Officers then chased Ms. Parker and eventually were able to stop her by using tire deflation devices known as “Stop Sticks,” according to a press release issued on Sunday. Police said Ms. Parker, who was stopped minutes later near the intersection of Red Creek and Flanders roads, also was in possession of crack cocaine.

Both women were charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor. Ms. Parker was also charged with second-degree reckless endangerment and second-degree obstruction of government administration, both misdemeanors.

She was held overnight at police headquarters in Hampton Bays and arraigned on Saturday in Southampton Town Justice Court. As of Tuesday, Ms. Parker was still being held at the Suffolk County Jail in Riverside in lieu of $8,000 bail.

Ms. Kulick, meanwhile, was also charged with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a misdemeanor, and was later released on an unspecified bail.

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They from Riverhead. But you're right nothing like that "beautiful" cupsogue beach or that lovely neighborhood by the air force barracks.
By jams (129), hampton bays on Oct 26, 14 9:07 PM
Just installed cameras all over my property because someone stole my fishing pole minutes after I placed it in my back deck. Hamptons bays for you,
By Summer Resident (251), Southampton N.Y. on Oct 27, 14 12:25 AM
i do live by the airport, in that "lovely neighborhood", and you know what? It is lovely, with the exception of about 5 families who are either Section 8 (and not all section 8 folks are bad) or are stuffed into absentee landlord houses. Just 5 out of 170 homes - but thats all it takes to get labeled. Our big issue is getting the Town to do some real code enforcement, and I gather Hampton Bays has the same problem.
By North of Highway (280), Westhampton Beach on Nov 7, 14 5:03 PM