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The trial of a former manager of the Poxabogue Golf Center in Sagaponack on a felony charge of unlawful surveillance got underway Thursday in the Arthur Cromarty Criminal Court Complex in Riverside.
Criminal charges against a Manhattan man who owns a house in Amagansett were dropped on March 2 in East Hampton Town Justice Court, based on a lack of sufficient evidence to justify the arrest.
A Springs man with a long history of unlicensed driving is again facing the charge, this time as a felony.
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Susan Kinsella, charged with violating the Suffolk County Social Host Law by knowingly allowing a group of Pierson High School students to drink alcohol at a birthday party at her house on Jan. 27, denied the accusation during her arraignment Friday.
East Hampton Town police have made a second arrest involving the alleged under-age party house on Neck Path in Springs. At the same time, a bench trial has been scheduled for the owner of the house, Jefferson Davis Eames, on an unrelated charge on March 21.
Water Mill family of three escapes unharmed as major fire breaks out.
“Nice to see you again, Mr. McCarron,” East Hampton Town Justice Lisa R. Rana said when Michael Luke McCarron was brought before her for arraignment Monday morning. “You just got off probation, what, three weeks ago?”
Amagansett A neighbor noticed a door ajar at an apparently unoccupied Town Lane residence on Saturday and called police. It appeared that the door had been forced open, with a lower panel damaged as well as the jamb and knob, though nothing inside...
The owner of a Springs house where an East Hampton teen allegedly overdosed on morphine on Jan. 29, was arraigned Friday in East Hampton Town Justice Court on multiple charges relating to under-age gatherings at the house, including one of felony drug dealing.
The bomb was a 2006 Mercedes-Benz driven by Alec Wasser, 21, who police said was driving drunk when he lost control of the car and slammed into the side of a house in Water Mill in the early morning hours on Sunday.
It is being called an "absolute miracle" no one was seriously injured when a car slammed into a house, bursting into flames in the middle of the night while a family slept.
East Hampton Town police made an arrest Thursday in connection with a teen's overdose during a house party in Springs in late January that outraged the community.