Police

An appeal to the Appellate Division of State Supreme Court by Catherine A. Cahill, a former East Hampton Town justice, seeking the reversal of a 2014 Supreme Court decision in which she was ordered to pay $1 million to a man who had been her husband’s partner in a land deal, was rejected on April 12
An Oakview Highway trailer park resident came home Friday after being out all day to discover that two propane tanks had been removed from the property.
Posing in an email as Courtney Sale Ross, the founder of the Ross School, someone stole about $167,000 from the school earlier this month, according to police.
A pool house on an East Hampton Village property was destroyed by fire Tuesday morning.
The East Hampton Fire Department held a drill Sunday morning in front of the East Hampton movie theater.
Two teens and a 22-year-old who allegedly robbed an East Hampton man a little before midnight on Feb. 22 using what appeared to be a pistol have been arrested by East Hampton Town police detectives.
East Hampton firefighters quickly put out a fire that started in a bedroom in a house in the Hansom Hills subdivision on Thursday afternoon.
Two men charged with felonies in recent days have been indicted by grand juries.
A traffic stop in Sag Harbor on the afternoon of Easter Sunday led to the arrest of a Springs man, Ervin A. Chavez-Felipe, 42, on a felony charge of aggravated drunken driving.
A traffic stop of a Medford woman in Montauk Thursday night led to an arrest on a felony charge of drunken driving by East Hampton Town police.
Thomas Gilbert Jr., who has refused to cooperate with doctors seeking to determine his mental stability ever since he was charged in January 2015 with murdering his father in his parents’ Beekman Place, Manhattan, apartment, was given one last chance to do so on Tuesday.
A Holbrook man was issued a summons for littering on April 10, near the train station on Railroad Avenue. Police said John Zatorski threw a lit cigarette to the ground, stepped on it, and walked away.
Jefferson Davis Eames, a Springs man who has been arrested here six times in the last six months on various misdemeanor charges, was arraigned April 5 in the Riverhead courtroom of State Supreme Court Justice Fernando Camacho on a felony charge of grand larceny.