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Cops: Cutchogue driver weaving, holding cellphone had no license

Southold Town police responding to a report of a motorist weaving across lanes of traffic arrested the driver after an officer saw her holding a cellphone in her hands and steering with her elbows, police said.

Town police said driver Angela Randazzo, 27, had a suspended license and was in possession of marijuana when she was arrested on Main Road in Cutchogue at 7:12 a.m. Wednesday.

Another motorist had reported a white Ford Crown Victoria crossing over the lane markings, police said.

She was charged with driving with a suspended license, texting and driving, and driving with no hands on the steering wheel, police said.

She was released on $100 cash bail, police said.

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