Police

The Bridgehampton Fire District is facing a potential fine from the Suffolk County Department of Health Services for an alleged code violation involving the district’s new generator, which a county official said was three-quarters full of fuel during an inspection conducted before the district obtained a permit for the generator.
Emergency medical personnel in Springs did not know what had come of a patient who was thrown from a motorcycle and gravely injured last year until he walked into the firehouse out of the blue.
After several weeks of numerous drunken-driving arrests, many following car crashes, last week was strikingly calm. One arrest followed a crash; another resulted from a traffic infraction.
An East Hampton woman was arrested on Tuesday in connection with a March incident involving attempted forgery.
Joseph R. Dowling of Sag Harbor, 24, has been indicted on two felony charges citing the sale of heroin to an undercover agent.
East Hampton An Oakview Highway homeowner realized on July 23 that one of three kayaks he had stored near a shed in late June was missing. John Whitney described the kayak as a blue Wilderness Systems Pungo model, valued at $750.
David E. Eagan was barred from practicing law for two years as punishment for failing to file proper New York State tax returns for 2010.
East Hampton Town police harvested 48 marijuana plants, along with drying and dried, processed plants in a raid at 74 Talmage Farm Lane in Springs on Friday
A former East Hampton High School football star who, police said, used his Sag Harbor neighbors’ mailboxes to deal heroin in that village, was charged on Friday afternoon with two felonies, possessing heroin with an intent to sell and actually selling it.