The man who drove his pickup through a split-rail fence and crashed into the front steps of this house on Sag Harbor’s Main Street Friday night ended up under arrest on drunken driving charges. T.E. McMorrow

Ned Wessels, 31, was taken from Suffolk County jail to East Hampton Town Justice Court last Thursday to be arraigned on burglary charges stemming from an incident in East Hampton Village last April. T.E. McMorrow

The owner of this car believes a town employee crashed a large snow blower into its rear, causing extensive damage, and is hoping a witness will come forward. T.E. McMorrow

Deborah Field

Ryan Balnis, chief of the Springs Fire Department, presented Michael Davis, captain of Team DMK for a Cure, with a check for $10,000, helping the team as it works to raise $100,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in memory of David M. King, an ex-chief. Springs Fire Department