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As part of a plea deal, Jefferson Davis Eames admitted in East Hampton Town Justice Court on Thursday that he had fled police while driving under the influence of drugs, gave a quarter of a Xanax pill to a teenager, and allowed a party with under-age drinking to take place at his house. T.E. McMorrow

Firefighters doused a fire at the Safelite AutoGlass building in Bridgehampton on Monday evening. Michael Heller photos

Occupants’ only hint that something was wrong was a glow in the night sky
The roof and second floor of a house on Talmage Farm Lane in Springs were damaged by smoke and fire Saturday night. Michael Heller

Wanted on a warrant out of Washington County in Alabama, where he faces felony charges related to alleged fraudulent use of credit cards, Alan Bustillo of Brooklyn is awaiting extradition after his arrest Monday morning by East Hampton Town police on a minor drug charge. T.E. McMorrow


P.J. Cantwell, third from left, an East Hampton Village public safety dispatcher, was promoted to supervisor, and was honored at the village board meeting on Friday by acting police chief Michael Tracey, Richard Lawler, a village board member, and Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. Christopher Walsh

Christopher Stuart Taylor, an East Hampton Village resident, was arrested Friday just hours after being released from county jail, where he had served time on drunken driving charges. The new charges are the same, except now at the felony level. T.E. McMorrow


Smoke was pouring from the eaves of the Satellite AutoGlass building.

Michael Heller photos