Police

Two East Hampton men recently convicted of driving while intoxicated were arrested again last week on the same charge. Edwin M. Uzhca-Chafla, 27, was arrested shortly before midnight on Saturday. East Hampton Town police said he ran his 2011 Toyota...
A Sag Harbor carpenter was arrested Monday in East Hampton Village on two felony counts of burglary, as well as possession of stolen property. His victim, village police said, was a client on Huntting Lane. Raymond Arthur Card, 64, was picked up on...
Early Sunday morning, following an alleged attack on two men on Amagansett’s Main Street, East Hampton Town police arrested William B. DePetris III, 26, on multiple charges including felony assault. Mr. DePetris, formerly of East Hampton but...
During the snowstorm last Thursday morning, a Chevrolet Avalanche pickup truck slid on the ice and into an oncoming Chevrolet Equinox.
The East Hampton Town police had to do more with less in 2014, according to an annual report released by the department, as presented to the town board on Tuesday by Chief Michael D. Sarlo. The department saw a record number of calls to action for a...
The Montauk Manor's website was one of many sites around the country that were hacked this weekend.
The case of Jason E. Monet, a Stamford, Conn., man charged with three felonies in connection with a collision on Napeague last June, took an unexpected turn Friday in a Central Islip courtroom.
A man who has been living throughout the frigid winter in an unheated shed in East Hampton without plumbing or other facilities called town authorities last week to report his living conditions. According to East Hampton officials, the man’s...
It is tax season, a fact grifters are well aware of. Two local residents, Janet Fensterer of Amagansett and William Scholl of Springs, recently received telephone calls from people claiming to be Internal Revenue Service agents. Mr. Scholl told...