Police

Amagansett A shopper at the Amagansett I.G.A., Valerie Taff of Andover, Conn., reported on Oct. 14 that her $500 purse that contained about $400 in cash and several credit cards was taken from the register counter after she had inadvertently left...

East Hampton Village A very large dead turtle was discovered at Egypt Beach on Oct. 12 by Heiko Roloff. Police called the Riverhead Foundation to remove it.

East Hampton A nylon Volcom wallet containing $30 in cash was taken from Henry Cruceta’s unlocked gym locker at East Hampton High School on Sept. 28. A gray Vespa scooter with the key in the ignition, and a black helmet, together valued at...

Amagansett Julia Talasko left her gray-and-orange Simple bicycle outside Mary’s Marvelous last Friday. After a few minutes she returned to find it gone.
Pacific East, the dilapidated restaurant property that the Amagansett Fire District commissioners hope will win the public's approval to buy for $2.8 million, changed hands at auction in May for $500,000.

Amagansett A baby-blue 10-speed bicycle, value $200, belonging to Alexander Lehven was wheeled away from Banzai Burger sometime over the weekend. East Hampton Town Tire valves on a work truck belonging to Bruce McMaster were destroyed at his...

Amagansett Someone took Richard Sullivan’s license plate from his car and swapped it with Edward Kleban’s during the night of Aug. 28, when the cars were parked on Bluff Road; the incident was reported last Thursday. Both men live...

Amagansett An unwanted caller phoned Paul Del Favero’s mother and showed up at her house several times between Aug. 21 and Sept. 6. Mr. Del Favero, of Abram’s Landing Road, and his mother both told him to stop, and police strongly...

Amagansett A man pretending to be the grandson of Teresa and William Praetorius of Captain’s Walk phoned them and said he had had a motorcycle accident in Madrid and needed $4,700 in U.S. currency. The couple complied and sent the money...