East Hampton Town police charged two men over the holiday weekend with drunken driving, with one charge a felony.
At some point on the afternoon of March 25, a “do not enter” sign at the intersection of West Lake Drive and Montauk Highway was knocked down by a vehicle, which left the scene.
In an era when police fight crime with high-tech gadgetry — Tasers and license plate readers in patrol cars — a much lower-tech instrument now helps East Hampton Town police handle crowds at special events as well as in downtown Montauk during the...
Two women who came to Montauk for the St. Patrick’s Day parade on Sunday had their wallets stolen while they were at the bar at the Memory Motel on Main Street. It appears from the redacted incident report that police have a suspect or two in mind...
Jorge L. Marin, 29, of Montauk was arrested by East Hampton Town police after a traffic stop on Montauk Highway in East Hampton early Saturday morning and was charged with two felonies: possession of liquid marijuana, a controlled substance, and...
According to the East Hampton fire marshal’s office, it appears the fire was ignited by embers that flew out of the chimney.
A Springs man who recently finished his term of parole following a stint in county jail is back behind bars after being pulled over in a traffic stop around midnight on Sunday
The body of a 29-year-old Islip man was pulled from the water north of Montauk Point late Wednesday afternoon after a surfer spotted him floating facedown just after 5 p.m.
A vacant lot on Koala Lane was targeted by an arboreal-minded thief sometime between last October and Feb. 26. Brian McGrath, the owner of the property, said that there were now 44 holes on his property where once stood white pines.
East Hampton Town police made three arrests last weekend on drunken driving charges. All three arrested were driving Ford F-150 pickups.
East Hampton Town police detectives are investigating the apparent theft of a Volvo sport utility vehicle from the driveway of a couple’s house on Oyster Shores Road in East Hampton.
A Manhattan woman called police on March 5 when a dog outside the Citarella market bit into her jacket, making a hole.
Two women were charged with felony possession of cocaine with intent to sell and drug paraphernalia on March 6, following an East Hampton Town police traffic stop.