Police

Thomas Ravenel, a former South Carolina state treasurer, pleaded guilty in East Hampton Town Justice Court Wednesday to a misdemeanor count of driving while intoxicated stemming from a July arrest in East Hampton Village.
The annual morning-after-St. Patrick’s-Day parade took place on Monday in East Hampton Justice Court, with five handcuffed, not-so-happy participants and about 20 friends and family members watching. Justice Steven Tekulsky arraigned three...
The East Hampton Village Board held a brief ceremony to welcome Richard Sperber as a full-time police officer at its meeting on Friday. Mr. Sperber, who was hired as a part-time officer last September, will assume his new role on Tuesday....
East Hampton Two six-gallon containers were stolen off a small town-owned boat stored on a trailer on town property on Pantigo Road early this month. The cans contained about 10 gallons of gasoline in all. The theft was reported on March 15....
In downtown Montauk early Sunday morning, hours before the St. Patrick’s Day parade began, vandals were out slashing tires on at least 10 vehicles, some of which had two or three tires destroyed. Jerry Uribe, a driver with Surf Taxi who was...
An East Hampton man arrested last week for allegedly selling cocaine here was indicted Tuesday by a grand jury in Riverhead. Moshe A. Stephens, 32, was arrested by East Hampton Town police working in conjunction with Suffolk County District...
A Springs man arrested Saturday night on charges of drunken and unlicensed driving ended up spending almost four days in a holding cell at East Hampton Village Police headquarters on Cedar Street despite having bail posted by his family.
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Local police recorded seven drunken-driving arrests over the weekend, presenting those charged with varying levels of legal difficulties. One arrest, that of Wuilson Belisario Villacis, is covered elsewhere in these pages.