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A brawl at the Montauk 7-Eleven early Sunday morning led to police issuing one appearance ticket at the scene and an arrest on felony and misdemeanor charges Wednesday morning.
A minor traffic accident occurring midafternoon on Friday led to drunken-driving charges against a 50-year-old Southampton man whose breath test, according to East Hampton Town police, produced a reading just short of the level that would have required a trip to the hospital.
A resident of Hamilton Street in Sag Harbor told police there on Friday that many thousands of dollars’ worth of jewelry, last seen on April 13, was gone a month later, stolen from an upstairs bedroom dresser.
Sometime between April 26 and May 17, someone stole the registration stickers off two boat trailers stored behind the Marine Museum on Bluff Road. In addition, Raymond Hartjen told police, the license plate on one trailer was removed.
A coastguardsman stationed on Star Island in Montauk was arrested around midnight Saturday and charged by East Hampton Town police with beating a 67-year-old woman who had been sleeping in bed.
Jefferson Davis Eames, 48, accused of hosting parties at which there was under-age drinking and drug use, pleaded guilty in East Hampton Town Justice Court Thursday to five misdemeanor charges and one violation.
A fire Monday evening at Safelite AutoGlass in Bridgehampton left the building badly damaged, but firefighters saved it from total destruction.
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.