Police

A bad case of weekend road rage landed a Springs man in jail on Sunday afternoon, facing a felony charge of strangulation.
    A string of burglaries during the month of May in Springs and East Hampton has netted thieves thousands in cash and jewelry and left police searching for answers. Two more houses were struck last week.

East Hampton Brian Raab of Sam’s Auto on Three Mile Harbor Road called police earlier this month, saying that an employee had been stealing from the cash register. Mr. Raab said he had fired the employee, and that about $2,000 was missing....
    East Hampton Town and Village police, together with the Sag Harbor force, made a total of 12 drunken-driving arrests this past week, not counting the two that followed the Napeague crash early Sunday morning, reported separately...
    A three-car crash on Montauk Highway, just west of Napeague Meadow Road, around 3 a.m. Sunday morning resulted in two of the drivers being sent to the hospital while under arrest on the charge of driving while intoxicated,...
    An Ancient Highway, East Hampton, house was burglarized on May 20. Doreen Anderson told East Hampton Town police she had been out during the morning and retuned around 12:15 p.m. to find that the master bedroom had been ransacked.
    Things went from bad to worse to the verge of surreal early Monday morning for a New Hampshire man who neglected to dim his headlights for an oncoming car.
    A 2011 Dodge, speeding and swerving on Main Street and then on Woods Lane in East Hampton, was pulled over a little after midnight Sunday, leading to the arrest of a Patchogue man, 22-year-old Anthony E. Cavuoto, on a charge of...
    An East Hampton man is being held in Suffolk County jail in Riverhead after his arrest on a felony assault charge early Saturday evening.