Police

Ice and snow continued to take their toll on drivers last week, with numerous accidents on local roads. Two crashes sent three Springs residents to South­ampton Hospital On Feb. 25, Floyd E. Downs was driving a 2008 pickup truck on Three Mile...
The case of Jason E. Monet, a Stamford, Conn., man charged with three felonies in connection with a collision on Napeague last June, took an unexpected turn Friday in a Central Islip courtroom.
Amagansett Police were called to Main Street near Indian Wells Tavern early Saturday morning to deal with a fight. No arrests were made, and all details of the incident were redacted on the police report. East Hampton Village
Sag Harbor police made two driving- while-intoxicated arrests last week, while the other departments in our coverage area reported none. Jacob A. Love, 24, who police said had been seen by police “stumbling down Main Street” a little...
The second of four men arrested in October on felony burglary charges following a break-in at Damark’s Deli on Three Mile Harbor Road in Springs pleaded guilty in East Hampton Town Justice Court last Thursday to reduced charges and was...
It is tax season, a fact grifters are well aware of. Two local residents, Janet Fensterer of Amagansett and William Scholl of Springs, recently received telephone calls from people claiming to be Internal Revenue Service agents. Mr. Scholl told...
A woman whose infant was in the back seat had to be extricated from a sport utility vehicle after a two-car accident on Montauk Highway at Georgica Road in East Hampton Village during the snowstorm Thursday morning.
The blaze at the Montauk Yacht Club on Sunday night began as a chiefs' investigation when an automatic fire alarm went off in one of the rooms. When on duty officers arrived, they discovered flames.
About a half-hour after being called out on a snowy night, firefighters extinguished the flames in one of the buildings at the Montauk Yacht Club.