Police

What's on the police logs this week.
The New York State Police Department has added at least two more squad cars to patrol in Montauk on weekend nights.
Last October, Mr. Shoshi, 29, distraught over his troubled marriage to a woman in his native Kosovo, had led East Hampton Town and Village police on a manhunt after firing three rounds from a shotgun inside the Springs house he shared with his parents.
A Sagaponack man, David Osiecki, 65, pleaded guilty on May 26 to one of two arson charges, admitting in a Central Islip courtroom that he had set the April 19, 2014, fire that seriously damaged a $34 million house on Dune Road in Bridgehampton. Its owner, Ziel Feldman, was an acquaintance of Mr. Osiecki’s.
Joanne Mercer was found injured on the side of David's Lane in Water Mill on Sunday morning. The incident took place about a mile away from where a Catholic nun was killed in a hit-and-run three years ago.
Sgt. Chelsea Tierney one of the department's seven female officers, is the first female sergeant in the East Hampton Town Police Department.
There were 11 alcohol-related arrests in East Hampton Town over the past week, mostly over the holiday weekend.
When Edward Orr Sr., a driver for Road Runner Taxi in Montauk, picked up three people from Manhattan Friday morning at the Montauk train station, there was nothing unusual about the call. They were headed, on the first day of the big holiday weekend...
The cause of a fire at World Pie restaurant in Bridgehampton remained under investigation yesterday, four days after the blaze closed down the mainstay at the start of the busy Memorial Day weekend.