Salt Box was among the bars where East Hampton Town police paid a visit on Sunday.
All ages came out for Sunday’s rallies
Lucius Ware took part in Black Lives Matter rallies in Bridgehampton and East Hampton on Sunday with his daughter Leisha Ware, left, and his granddaughter Layna Ware.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Demonstrators marched down Newtown Lane and East Hampton’s Main Street during a Black Lives Matter rally on Sunday. More photos below. John Musnicki
Multiple felony charges of driving while intoxicated and without a license
“You’re here for me. I broke the window.”
Helicopters were called to take people to Stony Brook University Hospital’s level-one trauma center
Christopher Rivera, a 21-year-old from East Hampton, was seriously injured when he crashed into a truck near One Stop Market on Saturday evening.
Local Police Notes
The 14 arrests made will impact drug traffic at the street level in East Hampton, Southampton, and on the North Fork
Keep doors open, acknowledge issues ‘even here’
Of 63 officers in the East Hampton Town department, there are three African-Americans
Local police chiefs agree that more diversity is needed amongst its rank and file. East Hampton Town police officers seen here at a Veterans Day service in 2014 represent just four of the officers. From left, Joseph Izzo, Lt. Chris Hatch, now retired, Chelsea Tierney, who would go on to become the first female supervisor, and Officer Barry Johnson.
Alcohol appears to have been involved
Timothy M. Egan, shown here before his arraignment last Thursday, has been charged with assault after allegedly punching a man hard enough to cause bleeding on the brain.