Mayhem in the workplace as well as the home last Thursday morning brought out East Hampton Town police. An arrest was made on a felony assault charge at a Bluff Road, Amagansett, construction site and two other people were arrested following alleged...
Police visited a garage sale on Lumber Lane Saturday, after noticing a sign illegally posted at the intersection of Gingerbread and Race Lanes. The man running the sale had obtained a permit for it from the village, as required, but was unaware that...
An investigation that began with a call to the East Hampton Village police on Nov. 2, 2016, from an estate on Middle Lane ended with the arrest by agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation of a Manhattan man at Los Angeles International...
Police responded to a complaint from a David’s Lane woman, who said a landscaper working on a neighboring property had crossed over onto her land.
A Main Street, Sag Harbor, resident was awakened a little before midnight Friday by the sound of a car crashing through a split-rail fence and into the stoop of her house.
A former resident of East Quogue and a convicted sex offender, was taken from county jail to East Hampton Town Justice Court last Thursday to be arraigned on charges of burglary and possession of stolen property.
Two Fort Pond Boulevard residents woke up on the morning of Jan. 8 to find an unmarked package on the front step. When the package was opened, the contents appeared to be feces
An Amagansett man is hoping to find a witness to an accident in which his 2009 Toyota sedan was severely damaged at about 4 p.m. on Jan. 7.
The Suffolk Regional Emergency Medical Services Council on Jan. 9 recognized an emergency-response team that had saved the life of a man who had collapsed in early January in East Hampton Village.
In an unusually quiet week on the roads, East Hampton Town and Village Police Departments made no arrests on drunken driving charges; however, a Springs man was arrested by Sag Harbor Village police just before midnight Saturday.
A Jonathan Drive couple told police Dec. 28 that they had been visited by a trespasser the previous evening. The intruder appeared to have entered a screened-in porch around 5:30 and remained there for about an hour.
The Springs Fire Department and its members have raised nearly $30,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in an effort launched in memory of David M. King, an ex-chief who died of acute lymphoblastic leukemia last February.
A five-judge grievance committee of the Appellate Division of New York State Supreme Court has ordered that an attorney based in East Hampton, James R. Fischer, be prohibited from practicing law for at least 18 months.