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The vehicles involved in the crash on Montauk Highway in Water Mill Tuesday morning sustained heavy damage. Austin Handler photos

The fire was reported in a commercial building on Washington Avenue in East Hampton.
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Steven Lee, right, left the courthouse after the first day of his trail on a felony charge of illegal surveillance. With him were his attorneys, Patrick O'Connell, left, and James O'Shea. T.E. McMorrow

East Hampton Town police had accused John L. DellaNoce, 33, of committing three crimes early on the morning of Dec. 27, 2015

Damacio Urizar-Reyes, 39, failed roadside sobriety tests Monday night

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Susan Kinsella, who is accused of allowing teens to drink alcohol at her house in January, and her attorney, Daniel G. Rodgers, spoke with The Star outside of Southampton Town Justice Court on Friday. T.E. McMorrow

Robert Andrade, on the right, left East Hampton Town Justice Court on Thursday after he was arraigned on four misdemeanor charges. T.E. McMorrow

Water Mill family of three escapes unharmed as major fire breaks out
A burned-out shell was all that remained of the Mercedes that crashed through a fence before slamming into a house on Hayground Road in Water Mill early Sunday morning. The house was badly damaged by fire. Michael Heller