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President Donald Trump’s calls for increased enforcement of federal immigration laws and memos issued last week by the Department of Homeland Security outlining a broader focus on finding and detaining anyone who is in the country illegally have members of the East Hampton community on edge.
Patrick James McMahon of South­ampton, 25, was using his cellphone Sunday night when his 2000 Ford Mustang hit a sharp curve where Gingerbread Lane becomes Toilsome Lane and left the road, according to an East Hampton Village officer who was at...
A former resident of the Georgica Association in Wainscott who is awaiting trial on charges of murdering his father in Manhattan was given a stern warning Monday by the judge presiding over his case.
The Town of East Hampton is auctioning off items deemed as surplus through an online auction that is open until March 13.
Wilson Fabian Guanga has made his home in Montauk for 23 years. He has been in a detention facility in Bergen County, New Jersey, since being picked up on Jan. 27 by Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency officers, and on Tuesday a hearing will be held in Manhattan at which a judge will decide whether he can remain in the United States or be...
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The judge presiding over the case of Sean P. Ludwick, who is facing six felony charges including vehicular manslaughter for the 2015 accident in Noyac that killed his passenger, Paul Hansen, has rejected motions made by the defense to dismiss the charges.
A home health aide was arrested Monday and charged with stealing $50,000 worth of jewelry from an elderly Bridgehampton woman in her care.
Southampton Town police have arrested a former president of the Sag Harbor School Board on a misdemeanor charge of allowing teens to drink alcohol at her North Haven house.
Alleged road rage at the intersection of Newtown and Cooper Lanes in East Hampton Village Tuesday evening resulted in a crash and an arrest, according to village police, who charged Braulio Camilo Padillo-Romero, a 28-year-old East Hampton resident, with criminal mischief as a D felony and with two misdemeanors, reckless endangerment and reckless...
The owner of the house in which an East Hampton teenager overdosed last month was arrested last Thursday on unrelated charges. It has been alleged that the young man’s condition was ignored for the next 12 hours.
A call last Thursday afternoon from a Town Lane house had East Hampton Village officers on the lookout for a man driving a 1997 Lincoln. Their report of the incident states that they wanted to “check his well-being.”
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