Police

A couple getting their Springs house ready for the summer rental season lost everything on Saturday night to a fire that presented challenges for firefighters
A Brooklyn man who was pulled over on a traffic violation early Monday morning proved to be a wanted man in Alabama, according to East Hampton Town police.
The indictment of Kody Knudsen of Springs was unsealed yesterday in the county courtroom of Justice Martin I. Efman in Riverside.
“Every now and again we have a special day where a village employee is going to be recognized. That’s going to happen today,” Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. said at a brief East Hampton Village Board meeting on Friday.
Less than 24 hours after arriving home from the county jail, where he had served time for drunken driving, Christopher Stuart Taylor of East Hampton, 45, was arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court on the same charge, a felony this time, by the same judge who had sent him away in November, Justice Lisa R. Rana.
A Hampton Bays man working at a construction site on Cranberry Hole Road told police on May 12 that back in February he had lent some tools to a co-worker, but never got them back.
Bridgehampton firefighters battled the blaze Monday evening with help from the Sag Harbor and Southampton Fire Departments, shutting down Montauk Highway between the Bridgehampton Commons and Butter Lane as hose was stretched across the highway.
A house in Springs sustained substantial damage after a fire broke out on the roof Saturday night, according to fire chiefs.
A father was charged early Sunday morning with violating the Suffolk County Social Host law after hosting what police called a “post-prom gathering” for his son at his Amagansett house.
Three boxes of about 200 pieces of brass and copper plumbing fittings, worth about $5,000, were stolen from the East Hampton Y.M.C.A. RECenter on Gingerbread Lane between May 5 at 3 p.m. and May 8 at noon, according to a contractor.
The East Hampton Town fire marshal’s office is investigating a Friday brush fire in the woods near the railroad tracks off Spring Close Highway in East Hampton.
Terry Hoyt, a volunteer with the Bridgehampton Fire Department for 23 years, has been posthumously awarded the Southampton Town E.M.S. Advisory Committee’s Nancy Makson Award for Excellence.
Police are investigating what caused a one-car accident on Accabonac Road in East Hampton Wednesday afternoon.