Police

An officer on patrol on the morning of June 21 noticed pieces of white porcelain on the ground at the parking lot at the end of South Lake Drive in Montauk. Going into the restroom to investigate, she found that a urinal and a mirror had been smashed, and the toilet paper, soap, and towel dispensers had all been destroyed.
Bruce Bates, the longtime emergency preparedness coordinator for East Hampton Town, turned himself in last Thursday morning after being notified by the office of the Suffolk County District Attorney that he was about to be arrested and charged with grand larceny.
All charges against the former Sag Harbor Schools official Susan E. Guinchard Kinsella were dismissed this week.
The driver of an Acura lost control of her vehicle, hopped a curb, and slammed into the side of the Montauk Playhouse on Saturday afternoon.
Steven E. Skrynecki was pulling over to help a motorist with engine trouble when he was hit from behind Thursday evening.
A taxi driver in Montauk who received a parking ticket on Memorial Day weekend and wound up with additional charges will have his day in court next month.
A man was arrested early Friday morning after running his 2004 Chevrolet into the sand on the side of Cranberry Hole Road near Promised Land in Amagansett.
A Springs man arraigned last Thursday in East Hampton Town Justice Court on two felony charges, including sexual abuse in the first degree, was indicted Tuesday by a grand jury in Riverside.
A self-proclaimed Ku Klux Klan grand wizard from Hampton Bays was found distributing leaflets in East Hampton Village last week, according to police.
A Sag Harbor Village police detective who had been suspended last year resigned from his post on Friday.
Amagansett An electrical contractor, Davis Zeledon, called police on June 11 to report the theft of over 500 feet of copper wiring from a work site on Oceanview Lane, stolen sometime in May. Worse yet, the thief cut open a 400-amp meter pan to get...
Valon Shoshi, who was arrested in 2014 after firing a shotgun in his family's house, was back in jail on Thursday after being brought up on a felony sexual abuse charge.
People arrested over Memorial Day weekend received something no defendant here has ever before been given: A guarantee of legal representation from the moment they are taken in to East Hampton Justice Court to be arraigned.