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Picassos, eBay Pollocks, a submarine, counterfeit bills, this one’s got it all
John Re, right, with an unidentified man aboard his Deep Quest submarine, in a 2006 image from the Belleair Bee newspaper in Florida Chary Southmayd/Tampa Bay Newspapers
John Re claims his U.S.S. Deep Quest submarine was built by Lockheed and used by the Navy, but a former exhibits chief for Navy Museums Northwest in Keyport, Wash., says the real Deep Quest is in that museum.



John C. Hulme of New York, who is already facing a felony drunken-driving arrest in East Hampton Town, appeared in East Hampton Town Justice Court on Sunday morning for arraignment on a drunken-boating charge after being stopped by the Coast Guard in Montauk Harbor the day before. T.E. McMorrow




A construction accident at 32 Mill Hill Lane in East Hampton was just one of three incidents this week on the South Fork where workers were seriously injured. Bella Lewis


A radio communications tower, a wind turbine, high-tension wires, and trees behind the Amagansett Firehouse make it difficult to safely land the medevac helicopter there, the Suffolk County Police Department says. Morgan McGivern