Jonathan Hernandez-Ruiz, left, and Elvin Silva-Ruiz, right, were led into East Hampton Town Justice Court Saturday to face felony cocaine possession charges.
Firefighters, police, and emergency medical service personnel were joined by the public in gathering to remember those killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
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Bruce Schiavoni, the president of the East Hampton Town Chiefs Association and the first assistant chief of the Sag Harbor Fire Department, addressed the crowd.
Firefighters bowed their heads in a moment of silence.
An American flag between two ladder trucks at the Hook Mill green in East Hampton Village.
Emergency workers and the public gathered by the Hook Mill.
Krishna L. Parihar, who is accused of impersonating a New York City police officer, was led into East Hampton Town Justice Court with Town Police Officer Tim Tierney on Tuesday morning.
“There is no evidence that my client has done anything wrong,” said the lawyer for Julia Moffett, above, seen being led into East Hampton Town Justice Court for her arraignment last Thursday on charges of driving while intoxicated with her children in the car.