Police

       This is rutting season, when deer are doing what comes naturally, and it has proven hazardous to man and beast alike. Between the town and the village, East Hampton police recorded five deer-car incidents this...
       On Saturday, after being sworn in at Town Hall, Capt. Michael D. Sarlo of the East Hampton Town Police Department will officially become Chief Sarlo, succeeding Edward Ecker, the current chief, who has held that...
       East Hampton Town Court was quieter than usual last Thursday as Justice Catherine A. Cahill completed her final day on the bench. A thin court calendar was made even thinner by the non-appearance of Shanika...
Amagansett Paul Brooke saw a man he knew come onto his Indian Wells Highway property early on Saturday morning. Mr. Brooke told police he heard the sound of glass breaking and then watched as the man ran away. He found the back window of his 2008...
       An unauthorized purchase of $40 worth of gasoline, which had led to a plea-bargain for an East Hampton woman to do community service, was aborted in East Hampton Town Justice Court last Thursday and her sentence...
       With Christmas just around the corner, the naughty list was very short last week, with only one drunken-driving arrest in all of East Hampton and Sag Harbor.        East Hampton Town...
East Hampton
    Mary Mott knew she was going to be honored at the East Hampton Ambulance Association’s annual awards dinner on Saturday for having answered a record 6,000 calls during her 27-year career.
    A Springs man who was charged early Saturday with driving while intoxicated appears likely to be indicted by a grand jury for felony D.W.I.     Geraldo M. Lligui, 63, was arraigned that morning before East...