Police

A number of car crashes on local roads ended in alcohol-related charges over the holiday week.
A Manhattan man survived a rollover crash in a rented 2017 Volkswagen that snapped an electricity pole in half at the side of Montauk Highway in Montauk Sunday night, before he was arrested on drunken driving charges.
Dylan Eckardt of Montauk, who pleaded guilty in January to a reduced charge of driving with ability impaired by alcohol, along with speeding, running a stop sign, and driving without a license, still owes East Hampton Town Justice Court $1,519 in...
East Hampton Vandals hurled eggs at a Berryman Street residence Sunday night. Gabrielle Scarpaci was in the living room when she heard something hit the house, she told police. The vandals had fled by the time she ran outside. An Andersen window...
The woman was found on the side of the road Alewife Brook Road in East Hampton on Thursday morning.
There was a three-vehicle pileup on Aug. 22 on Route 114 in East Hampton, in a construction work area near Cove Hollow Road.
Two women were arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court Monday on felony counts, one charged with assault and the other with burglary.
Mary N. Nikaido of Hackensack, N.J., 34, was westbound in downtown Montauk early Sunday morning when East Hampton Town police pulled her over, saying she had been swerving across lane lines.
East Hampton Town police were called in to defuse a physical altercation in the parking lot of the I.G.A. late Saturday afternoon.
East Hampton Town police do not yet know the cause of death of a man found floating in Montauk Harbor Friday morning, but "there are no suspicious findings thus far," Capt. Chris Anderson said Tuesday.
East Hampton Town police are investigating the circumstances behind the death of a man whose body was found washed up on a beach area on Star Island in Montauk about 7 a.m. Friday.
Jerry Larsen, the former East Hampton Village police chief who is currently running for a seat on the East Hampton Town Board, has filed a federal lawsuit against Village Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. and Richard Lawler, a board member.
A man involved in an alleged domestic violence incident in Montauk faces multiple charges, including two felonies.