On the Police Logs - 04.28.11


East Hampton
On Friday, Charles J. Garland of Whooping Hollow Road told police someone made an unauthorized charge to his Chase bank account in the amount of $465.08. He reported that the money was used to pay a Verizon phone bill.


East Hampton Village
Mark Golden’s 2011 East Hampton Town Recycling Center permit was taken off his car on April 18 while it was parked on Lumber Lane.
Olney Gardiner Jr. told police on April 19 that while he was working at East Hampton Gym, he told a customer that he could not use his cellphone in the building. Allegedly, the man began to yell at Mr. Gardiner, who told him he was not welcome back to the gym.
Someone took a garden-worth of plants from Buckley’s Flower Shop on Montauk Highway on Friday night, Charles Limonius, the owner, told police. The total value of the flowers and bushes was nearly $1,000.


Montauk
Harry Ellis told police on Friday that after telling his son he wanted to remove the license plates from his 2003 Nissan X-Terra, his son left and has not been heard from since.


Springs
After spotting two youths in the parking lot of the Clearwater Beach Property Owners Association marina on April 3, Alfred Schaffer told police he came back the next day to find a split-rail fence taken apart and thrown in the parking lot. Mr. Schaffer said he also found broken glass and a hole in a kayak.
On April 18, Gino Bombace called police from his Meehan Terrace house to report that his car window was shattered by someone driving a Hamptons Proprietors truck.


Wainscott
After finding a rear door damaged and open at her mother’s Ardsley Road house on April 18, Suzanne Flanagan found the house key missing. A neighbor told police that he noticed two men cutting across the property earlier that week.