Police

Phone and online scams are on the rise, and many of the con artists behind them are targeting older people.
Two protest demonstrations are planned for the South Fork on Sunday in connection with the recent shooting deaths of black men at the hands of law enforcement elsewhere in the country.
Another Saturday-night police dragnet to snare drunken drivers helped lead to the arrest of defendants from a wide variety of professions.
Several defendants have been brought into court on drug-related arrests.
Sag Harbor police received a call on the afternoon of July 5 reporting a man sleeping under a bush in the Long Wharf area.
What's on the logs this week.
Kyle L. Rosco, 33, of Sag Harbor was arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court Friday morning on felony charges of drunken driving stemming from crash on Saturday evening in which his car rolled over and came to rest on the Maidstone Club's golf course.
The charge against Mr. Rosko was further elevated yesterday after police announced that blood tests showed his blood-alcohol level to be over three times the legal limit.
A bomb scare Sunday morning aboard a westbound train from Montauk caused delays on the tracks that lasted throughout the day, as well as road closures, until a police search found all was safe.
The detective declined to say whether arson had been positively identified as the cause until town police receive a complete report from the county squad, which collected evidence in the hours after the fire.
An apparently homeless woman was sent to jail last Thursday after being accused of stealing an Oklahoma oilman’s Mercedes Benz from in front of his Ocean Avenue, East Hampton, property.
The holiday weekend produced many arrests, some on unusual charges.
The July Fourth weekend was marked by a number of vehicular accidents resulting in charges of drunken driving.