STICKING UP FOR THE REAL SARAH
THAT wasn't Sarah Jessica Parker who threatened to have two foreign-looking paparazzi deported - it was one of her neighbors. Santiago Baez, a U.S. citizen of Dominican descent, said he was driving uptown through the West Village with another shutterbug when they happened to see the "Sex and the City" star. As they started shooting, Baez claims she told them, "I've got your license plate. You know what I can do to you. I'm going to report you to the INS." When Baez screamed "Sarah" to get her to face his camera, she said, "Don't call me 'Sarah,' call me 'Miss Parker!' " When Baez said a group of other photographers was waiting for her down the block, she supposedly said, "Don't be a sheep - be a shep herd." But Parker's spokes woman, Ina Traciokas, said it was a protective neighbor who con fronted the lensmen: "The photogra phers are camped out on the street, and the neighbors have just about had it."