Police

East Hampton Town police charged a Sag Harbor woman with felony drunken driving Sunday night after finding her 2014 Ford on the shoulder of Montauk Highway in Amagansett, engine running.
Hundreds of travelers found themselves scrambling for reservations on Manhattan-bound Hampton Jitneys early Monday after a Dumpster struck the underside of the North Main Street railroad trestle in East Hampton Village and the Long Island Rail Road suspended service.
A swan went for a walk on Main Street Friday afternoon. An officer, who escorted it back to Town Pond, noted that “it did not appear to be injured.”
An East Hampton driver faces D.W.I. charges after crashing into a tree off Middle Highway, a few blocks from his residence, last Thursday evening. A neighbor phoned police after the crash, and an officer found Mario D. Cucunuba standing outside his...
Yancy Butler, 46, an actress who lives in Winnetka, Calif., was arrested in Sag Harbor early Monday afternoon.
East Hampton Town police made six arrests on drunken driving charges in the past week, three of which involved crashes and almost all of which involved elevated levels of intoxication.
Police visited a garage sale on Buckskill Road Saturday morning, telling the woman running it that there had been a complaint. The woman said she had not known that a permit from Village Hall was needed.

A woman has been accused of stealing a blanket from the Sail Inn in Montauk was charged with two misdemeanors.
Jefferson Davis Eames, 48, of Springs was indicted by a grand jury seated in Riverside on Tuesday. The extent of the charge or charges contained in the sealed indictment will be revealed during his arraignment next month in county court in Riverside.
The one-car accident was reported at about 5:45 p.m., after the driver tried to pass another vehicle, lost control of his car and hit a tree.
Jefferson Davis Eames, 48, of Springs was arrested by East Hampton Town police on a felony charge of grand larceny while appearing at East Hampton Town Justice Court on separate matters Thursday.
Since New Year’s Day, when the East Hampton Town Police Department changed the schedule and squad makeup of its uniformed officers, arrests have skyrocketed by 45.5 percent, according to the weekly logs.
The Southampton Town Police Department will have to wait another month before its new police chief officially takes office.