Police

A 19-year-old East Hampton woman was found lying on a trail in the Grace Estate Preserve in Northwest Woods Sunday morning, unresponsive, apparently from an overdose.
Nearly two months after a delivery driver was killed in a hit-and-run on County Road 39 in Southampton, police arrested the man they say was responsible.
Police will be out in force on the East End this Memorial Day weekend making sure those celebrating the unofficial start of summer are doing so responsibly.
A Brooklyn man broke into a house on Valley Street in East Hampton Sunday evening, but did not get far with the items he stole, according to East Hampton Town police.
An Oceanside man was arrested on a felony drunken driving charge due to a prior conviction after he swerved into oncoming traffic and onto the shoulder on the afternoon of May 13.
A passer-by reported five men standing on the corner of Toilsome and Buell Lanes with no apparent vehicle on Sunday at 1:12 a.m. Police checked but did not find anyone.
A Friday driving-while-intoxicated arrest could lead to the deportation of a Mexican citizen who worked at Cittanuova restaurant in East Hampton.
In a Saturday evening 911 call, police were alerted that youths were skateboarding near the Janet Lehr Fine Arts Gallery off Park Place. An officer did not find any youths or skateboarders when he went to investigate.
Mark Poitras received awards from the Southampton Town EMS Advisory Committee’s dinner at the Coast Grill Friday night.
An electric heat gun fell onto a bed on Friday afternoon, igniting a fire in a house in Springs where construction was underway, an East Hampton Town fire marshal said this week.
The disappearance of a masonry saw from the roadside on Church Street in East Hampton Village on May 7 led to the arrest of Jan R. Gutierrez of Springs on a charge of grand larceny.
Police say the Riverhead man was dragging the young woman, whose name was not released, out of an Amagansett house and toward his 2002 Volvo when he was confronted by Justin Napolillo, who had come to her defense carrying a 12-gauge shotgun.
On the evening of April 20, according to East Hampton Town police, Raymond K. Berry, 29, took a car belonging to Alison Miller from a driveway at 3 Ninth Street in Springs and drove it through a Gardiner Avenue yard and around a swimming pool before...