Police

East Hampton Town police charged two men with felony criminal contempt in recent days for violating orders of protection.
Ronald A. King Jr., 39, accused by East Hampton Town police of taking a single mother’s car on Memorial Day weekend and destroying it in a drunken crash, was indicted by a grand jury in Riverside Friday on multiple felony charges.
On Amagansett Main Street at a little after midnight Friday, East Hampton Town police spotted a 1991 Dodge pickup truck with a burnt-out taillight hanging by wires, and wound up charging its driver, Zachary Persico of Springs, 27, with felony drunken driving.
What's on the police logs this week:
Investigators are trying to determine what caused a masonry worker to fall to his death at an oceanfront construction site in East Hampton Village Tuesday morning.
Calls for police assistance over the Memorial Day weekend were up from last year’s, although Chief Michael Sarlo of the East Hampton Town Police Department said the overall tenor and tone in the streets was calmer.
A Sag Harbor single mother with a 2-month-old son has been left without a vehicle, after her 2005 Jeep Cherokee was taken without her permission and destroyed, the driver crashing into a LIPA pole, and then into a tree Saturday night in Springs.
Two men who left the scene of accidents last weekend were among a raft of drivers arrested on drunken driving charges.
East Hampton A pair of Nike sneakers was reported stolen last month from outside a Boatheader’s Lane house after they had been delivered. Karla Briones said this was not the first time an item she ordered by mail had disappeared. Montauk
A 2-year-old boy nearly drowned when he fell off a boat at the Montauk Lake Club and Marina on Wednesday morning, East Hampton Town police said.
A driver from New Jersey who was making a left turn from Buell Lane onto Main Street in East Hampton Village was ticketed by police after allegedly causing a three-car accident Wednesday afternoon.
A construction worker died Tuesday morning following a fall of about 12 feet at an East Hampton Village property that made headlines two years ago for its record $147 million sale.
A high-speed chase through the streets of Springs ended at dawn Sunday with a driver in handcuffs, charged with three felonies related to driving while intoxicated.