A Springs man who police said drove off in his badly damaged 2002 Nissan after colliding with a utility pole was arrested a little after midnight Saturday and charged with misdemeanor drunken driving.
Parking lots across town, crowded with Christmas shoppers, were the scenes of several vehicular accidents last week.
Two men spent Christmas Day in the county jail following their arrest on charges of domestic violence. One of them, Orlando J. Roberts, 34, faces a felony charge of contempt of court for violating an order of protection issued in East Hampton Town...
What's on the police logs this week.
A self-described executive of the financial giant Goldman Sachs was arrested in his family’s Old Station Place house in Amagansett early Sunday morning on a felony charge of criminal mischief, after police said he repeatedly struck a taxicab in his driveway with a golf club.
Bruce Negrycz II, 68, has dementia, East Hampton Town police said.
The indictment was unsealed Monday in the Central Islip courtroom of New York State Supreme Court Justice Fernando Camacho.
An East Hampton man was released Tuesday from the county jail, where he had been held since last Thursday morning on charges of driving while intoxicated and without a license, both felonies.
With the approach of the new year, telephone scammers claiming to be agents of the Internal Revnue Service have been out in force all over the nation, and the East End has been no exception.
A Sag Harbor man celebrating his 19th birthday in East Hampton Monday night is out on bail this week on multiple drug possession charges, including two felonies involving cocaine.
Amagansett A Hand Lane man called police on the morning of Dec. 16, saying a stranger was looking into his windows. Craig Friedman told police he did not recognize either the man or the vehicle that was parked in his driveway. The man was gone when...
Thomas Gilbert Jr. of New York and Wainscott, who is accused of murdering his father in Manhattan in January, is mentally competent to stand trial, New York State Supreme Court Justice Melissa C. Jackson ruled Monday.
Stepped-up enforcement, sobriety checkpoints, and more patrols should be expected between Friday and Jan. 1, 2016.