Police

    The East Hampton Town Police Department has hired two new officers, Tom Strong, 33, and Mike Rodriguez, 23, both of East Hampton. With Capt. Michael Sarlo acting as mentor, the department started them on Monday on a 12-week...
    The number of drunken-driving arrests made by East Hampton Town police last month was down by half from the March 2012 figure, from 24 to 12.     Capt. Michael Sarlo cautioned, however, that no inference should be...
East Hampton Village A Three Mile Harbor Road resident was caught dumping household trash into an East Hampton Village garbage can last Thursday. The man was issued a summons for dumping, as well as a parking ticket, and then had to haul his...
    An employee carrying much of the East Hampton I.G.A.’s weekend cash intake in a bank-drop bag was robbed at gunpoint on Saturday night in the parking lot behind the North Main Street store.     Detective Lt....
    A Mercury seen weaving along Montauk Highway in Wainscott early on Easter Sunday led to a circuitous trip to the county jail for a Springs man, who now faces three felony charges and probable deportation.     A...
    On the cool morning of March 25, East Hampton Village Police Chief Gerard Larsen was sitting in his unmarked car in the Main Beach parking lot, sipping a cup of hot coffee, when a gold Mercedes-Benz rolled up next to him.  ...
East Hampton Village A man who said he was homeless was found sleeping in a Main Street garbage shed early last week. He told police he would not sleep in the shed again.
East Hampton Village Middle school authorities called for the fire chief to come by last week and reset the fire alarm, which had been triggered by burnt popcorn. On Amy’s Lane a woman called police last week to say she could hear...
    After Sunday’s St. Patrick’s Day parade in Montauk, a somber, much more sober, and smaller parade took place Monday morning in East Hampton Town Justice Court, when three men and a woman arrested in Montauk after the...