Sgt. Chelsea Tierney celebrated her promotion with her husband, Officer Tim Tierney and her parents Kerry Baker and Tom Baker, an East Hampton Town fire marshal. Baker Family
Sgt. Barry Johnson with his family, from left, his children Yori Johnson, Connor Johnson, his wife, Beth Johnson, and his daughter Elle Johnson. Johnson Family

Driver crashed through town justice’s fence
Luis Marin-Castro was arrested on drunken-driving charges after he crashed into a fence at East Hampton Town Justice Lisa R. Rana’s Springs house on Sunday. T.E. McMorrow

Officer Steven Niggles, center, made the most D.W.I. arrests in the East Hampton Village Police Department. He posed for a photograph with, from left, Legislators Kara Hahn, Sarah Anker, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Legislator Kate Browning, and Sgt. Matt Morgan.
Officer Vincent Rantinella was honored for making the most D.W.I. arrests in the East Hampton Town Police Department. The county officials posed with Office Rantinella and Sgt. Chelsea Tierney.

Luis Marin-Castro was arraigned on drunken driving charges after he crashed into a fence on the property of East Hampton Town Justice Lisa R. Rana. T.E. McMorrow
Dane Murphy, a professional soccer player with the New York Cosmos, was arrested in Montauk on Monday. T.E. McMorrow

One of the cars involved in the two-car accident at the west overlook in Montauk on Monday afternoon suffered significant front-end damage. Alan Burke/Montauk Fire Department
The Montauk Fire Department's emergency medical service providers treated those involved in a car accident on Monday.Larry Smith

A blue plastic tarp covered a portion of the roof of an Amagansett house that was damaged in a fire on Saturday night. David E. Rattray

Firefighters on Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton, which was closed to traffic on Saturday morning as a fire at World Pie restaurant was brought under control.
World Pie, which has been opened for 15 years, was closed on Saturday after a fire. Taylor K. Vecsey
World Pie let customers know they are closed temporarily. Taylor K. Vecsey