Police

In a telephone interview this week, Martin Drew disagreed with Jim Grimes’s version of the events that led to his arrest.
A 2010 Toyota hit a train trestle last week, but unlike the familiar trestle collisions in East Hampton Village, the height of the vehicle was not the cause.
A 69-year-old Main Street resident called police on Sept. 18 after she received a letter from a man in Toronto saying someone at her address was the next of kin for a dormant bank account worth $7.4 million. She said no one by that name had ever resided at her house.
Police in Southampton Village are asking beachgoers to think twice before going into the water due to the recent storm activities.
Richard Gherardi, 30, was inside a food trailer that was struck by the Army Reserve Humvee. A Brookhaven woman was seriously injured when she was pinned between the Humvee and the trailer.
An order of protection has been issued for Jim Grimes of Montauk, an East Hampton Town Trustee, after Martin Drew of Springs allegedly head-butted him on Thursday in the Town Hall parking lot.
The Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps was recognized last week at the Suffolk Regional Emergency Medical Services Council in Yaphank for saving the life of a 58-year-old man who went into cardiac arrest at the Bagel Buoy in July.
A report of a horse running wild brought police to Accabonac Road, near the train trestle, on the afternoon of Sept. 13.
There was a three-vehicle accident on Sept. 13, at the Montauk Highway-Spring Close Highway intersection in East Hampton. At around 9 a.m., East Hampton Town police said, Kevin P. Kelly of Hauppauge, 55, was eastbound in a 2006 Mack utility truck...
“I was lost, so I was looking at my phone, and I hit that car that came out of nowhere,” Maryann Z. Hommel of Long Beach, 31, told East Hampton Town police after rear-ending a 2007 Mercedes-Benz on Montauk Main Street early on the morning of Sept. 13.
Over the last two summers there have been a number of cocaine-related felony arrests of Montauk restaurant employees, and there was yet another last weekend.
On Saturday, for the second time in three weeks, State Department of Environmental Conservation officers boarded a Montauk-based party boat and charged anglers with possessing undersize and over-the-limit black sea bass and porgies.
The owner and manager of the Princess Diner in Southampton were arrested following a 35-count indictment on charges that they withheld over $82,000 in wages from 13 employees and threatened the workers and their families when they asked to be paid.