Police

A fire broke out at a house on Gainsborough Court in Montauk on Tuesday afternoon.
Detectives are investigating a burglary at two East Hampton Village stores, along with a fire that was started there, in the early morning hours on Monday.
Bicyclists spotted a pickup truck in the woods at about 7 a.m. It was not clear how long he had been there.
A 20-year-old Sag Harbor woman was charged with drunken driving in Montauk early Saturday morning after her 2009 Lincoln Suburban swerved onto the shoulder of West Lake Drive near the docks and head-on into a 2015 Chevrolet Camaro.
Three people were taken to South­ampton Hospital on the Fourth of July after a two-car accident on the corner of Fort Pond Boulevard and Crandall Street in Springs.
A traffic stop led to the arrest of David Schiavoni of Water Mill early Tuesday morning on a felony charge of violating an order of protection.
A woman from Louisiana who has allegedly been following the actress and singer Betty Buckley wherever she goes will be arrested for trespassing if she appears on Saturday at the Bay Street Theater’s summer benefit, where Ms. Buckley will be performing.
The death of a woman inside a Gurney’s Resort hotel room on July 5 is not considered suspicious, East Hampton Town police said this week.
Officers patrolling Amagansett Main Street near the Stephen Talkhouse during the early morning hours of July 1 “overheard the sound of breaking glass,” according to an incident report.
Thomas Mahl, a longtime Montauk homeowner, was fined $15,000 after pleading guilty to 24 misdemeanor charges stemming from a 2016 search at his Beech Hollow Court house.
A man already facing charges in both Southampton Town and Village Justice Courts was arraigned in East Hampton on June 28 and has been in the county jail ever since.
An East Hampton man who police say sideswiped a patrol car on Monday evening faces a charge of driving while intoxicated, a felony under Leandra’s Law.
With the July Fourth holiday weekend beginning on Friday and the Fourth itself not until Tuesday, the number of visitors in East Hampton did not quickly abate, and traffic, crowding, and egregious, even illegal behavior, remained a focus of town officials.