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Anthony D. Sosinksi, the captain of a Montauk lobster boat, was charged Saturday morning with boating while intoxicated, a misdemeanor, as well as reckless operation of a vessel.
The defense in the rape trial of Jason Lee rested its case Wednesday afternoon after calling only three witnesses, and closing arguments are scheduled for Tuesday.
According to police, the arrest of Nicholas C. Gray, 27, of Springs ended a crime spree that began on March 25 with the theft of a Jeep parked behind T & B Auto repair in Amagansett, and finished on April 6 with a burglary of a house in Amagansett.
Swan injuries and stolen license plates are among the items on the police logs this week.
The Hess station in Wainscott was the scene Sunday of two alcohol-related arrests, with a third made later that day about a quarter-mile away, also in Wainscott.
Before Jason Lee’s attorney called his first witness on Monday, he moved to have the case against his client dismissed, saying that the people had “failed to establish” the crimes they are alleging took place.
The final witness for the prosecution testified Monday about the timing and content of numerous text messages Jason Lee had sent and received on the morning of the alleged rape in 2013.
Emily Costello, a 14-year-old Ross School student, and her mother, Iona Costello, were reported missing on Tuesday. Their family hasn't heard from them since March 30.
In the seventh day of testimony in the rape trial, the court heard from a sexual-assault nurse who had examined the accuser in the hours after the alleged attack in 2013 and a DNA forensics expert who spoke about stains on the clothing Mr. Lee had been wearing when he was arrested.