Police

Jason Lee
Jason Lee, second from the left, and his wife, Alicia Lee, third from left, entered Suffolk County Criminal Court this morning before Mr. Lee's arraignment on a first-degree rape charge and two other charges stemming from an incident in East Hampton on Aug. 20. Mr. Lee, flanked by two of his attorneys, Melissa Aguanno and Brian De Sessa, faces a minimum of five years in state prison if convicted on the rape charge. T.E. McMorrow




“Call everyone,”


A grand jury indictment is key to the prosecution of a felony charge

An emergency distress call went out at about 8:30 p.m., and a helicopter was flown to the dragger, which was 45 miles northeast of Kill Devil Hills on North Carolina’s Outer Banks at the time


A man was seen sleeping Sunday afternoon behind White’s Liquors in Montauk until an East Hampton Marine Patrol officer came by. The man sat right up, saying that he wasn’t sleeping, he was just “waiting for the police to return my car keys.” His car, which had South Carolina plates, was parked a few yards away. T. E. McMorrow