Police

Officials from East Hampton Village and the Amagansett Fire District had a sit-down two weeks ago with the chairman of the Springs Board of Fire Commissioners to express their concerns about how often other agencies have to respond to emergency calls in Springs.
A Montauk woman was critically injured Friday morning after being hit by an S.U.V. The victim, Mariana Guanga-Baculima, 32, was flown by helicopter to Stony Brook University Hospital, where she was listed in critical but stable condition.
Police from across the county were on the lookout for drunken drivers over the weekend, and made five arrests in East Hampton Town.
The 150-foot communications tower erected by the Springs Board of Fire Commissioners behind the firehouse on Fort Pond Boulevard will be the topic at a commissioners meeting on Monday night at 7 at the firehouse.
A sharp-eyed officer recognized the teenager as the man who was seen four nights before, in a surveillance video outside Plaza Sports on Montauk Main Street, stealing a Nickel skateboard.
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Thomas R. Piacentine of East Hampton had his second encounter with police in eight days on Friday morning and this time wound up in jail.
A Stamford, Conn., man who pleaded guilty to misdemeanor drunken driving earlier this year following a June 2014 crash on Napeague, so angered the judge in the case that he was resentenced on July 30 to nine months in jail.
An experienced ocean lifeguard who has helped plenty of people in trouble in the water needed help herself on Monday while attempting her second recertification at Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett.
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Anthony Pisciotto Jr., who has been accused of running an illegal share house at 37 Kettle Hole Road in Montauk, will be arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court Monday on 24 charges.
Friday, Aug. 28, promises to be a busy day in East Hampton Town Justice court, as East Hampton Village police continued their dogged patrol of village beaches this week.
A 17-year-old who was seriously injured early Sunday morning when his car turned over on North Haven faces misdemeanor charges of driving recklessly and without a license.