On the Police Logs 06.30.11

Amagansett
A shotgun was brandished from a window of a Honda Element at Jewel Feldman on Indian Wells Highway on June 21. A passenger was holding the shotgun and pointed it toward Ms. Feldman, who lives in East Hampton.
Caitlin Odwyer, a lifeguard at Atlantic Avenue Beach, reported that her car’s rear window was shattered in the beach parking lot while she was at work last Thursday. She said the damage would cost $500 to repair.


East Hampton
A $400 iPhone and $300 in cash that belonged to Patricia O’Donnell’s daughter were taken from a dresser in a house on Cedar Drive on June 10. The daughter was there with a number of other people that day.
Dominic Annacone of Three Mile Harbor Drive told police that his mailbox, which he valued at $175, was smashed on June 21. As this is an ongoing occurrence, Mr. Annacone requested extra patrols on that street and on Hand’s Creek Road. He said there has been partying in the area.
Sarah Johnson of Oakview Highway reported that her iPhone and pink silicone case, valued at $255, were stolen from her table at East Hampton Point restaurant on June 22.


East Hampton Village
Neil Aronstam informed police on June 20 that dogs on Dunemere Lane had been barking incessantly for days. The dogs’ owner, Alexandra Wentworth, said they were reacting to a deer that will not leave her property. Ms. Wentworth took the dogs inside.
Beverley Leopold told police that she suspected a bullet hole had been made in an upstairs window at her house on Main Street on June 20. Police said a bird had probably caused the crack.
Three cast-iron planters belonging to Kimberly Thier were tossed into the pool at her Apaquogue Road house on June 21.
Two female juveniles were caught shoplifting $126.04 worth of beauty supplies from CVS on Pantigo Road on June 21. Police took them to headquarters, where they were released into their parents’ custody.
Giovani Neso noticed a dog inside a black Ford with its windows rolled up on Newton Lane on June 22. When the owner, Kevin Gray, returned to his car, he said it was raining but that he would open the windows for the dog.
A summons was issued to Kerri Dollinger, the manager of the Corcoran Group’s office on Main Street, relating to a real estate sign having been placed on public property on June 22.
Frank Pulka complained to police about loud music coming from the Beachhouse restaurant on Montauk Highway on June 25. Police told Katherine Honaker, the manager, to turn the music off. She was issued a violation.
Paul Sulph said Rolando Mendoza of East Hampton and a woman dodged paying a $60 taxicab fare on Newton Lane on Saturday. An officer subsequently found the two in the Lumber Lane parking lot, where they paid up.
A Lee Avenue resident told police that a man was trimming a hedge on nearby Ocean Avenue after 6 p.m. on Sunday. The man was advised of the village code, and he said he would stop.


Montauk
Ashley Reilly reported that $200 in four plastic bags went missing from the Lindy’s Taxi office on Montauk Highway last Thursday. There was no sign of forced entry. The bags had been left on a desk.
A flat-screen TV said to be worth $500 was taken from the Royal Atlantic Hotel on South Emerson Avenue between June 13 and June 17. Police found pry marks on a door.
“Ba Shoro” was spray-painted in white on the walls of the men’s public restroom on Edgemere Street over the weekend.
Lauren Michaels of New York City said the hood of her Jeep Wrangler was scratched Saturday night while she was at the Twin Ponds Motel.
A portable bathroom, valued at $200, at the Sloppy Tuna on South Emerson Avenue was marred by green graffiti recently. Similar markings were found on a stop sign nearby.


Springs
Kim Cattrall told police that her next-door neighbors were inside her gated property and headed toward her house on Gerard Drive on Saturday. It wasn’t the first time, she said, but she did not want to press charges. The neighbors said they didn’t know that Ms. Cattrall was home. Police advised them to stay off the property.
Drucilla Raley of Cedar Drive told police that someone drove onto her front lawn, ran over a bush, and then plowed into her fence on June 18. The damage to the bush was estimated at $30.
Heather Larson of Hog Creek Road reported that a car hit a rock at the front of her property and then destroyed a bush on June 18. Ruts were left in the dirt by the bush, which was valued at $60.