Two classified ads for used vehicles that appeared in last week’s East Hampton Star were part of a broad pattern of attempted scams that used eBay gift cards and facsimile eBay notifications in an attempt to defraud would-be buyers.
The East Hampton Town Police Department, with other law-enforcement officers, conducted a sweep against drunken driving on the night before Thanksgiving and early Thanksgiving morning, which resulted in three arrests.
A Springs man arrested on a misdemeanor menacing charge on Nov. 21 was held overnight and arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court the following day.
A Scrimshaw Lane resident woke up Sunday morning to find smashed champagne bottles in his driveway and his garage door dented.
For the second straight year, local residents are being encouraged to sign up for the Southampton Town Police Department's civilian academy. The 14-week course, with one night class per week, starts Jan. 24. While Southampton Town residents are...
The driver of an eastbound 2017 Mercedes-Benz and his passenger were taken to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital on Nov. 14 after their car veered sharply off Montauk Highway on the Napeague stretch, crashed into several trees, and rolled over near...
Two college friends are free after being arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court Sunday, although one is headed for residential drug treatment.
Two blue five-gallon jugs of sulfuric acid were found on Nov. 15 on the side of the road near the intersection of Toilsome Lane and Dayton Lane.
Leaving the scene of an accident is the charge facing a Manhattan man who has a house on South Endicott Place in Montauk.
A Montauk man has been arrested for the second time in less than two months on a felony cocaine possession charge.
Colder weather and rain may be the explanation for a remarkably quiet week on the roads, with just one arrest on a drunken driving charge. Eric M. Peterson, 47, of Springs, was arrested by East Hampton Town police early Sunday after a traffic stop...
Four 13-year-old students at Springs School were given a tour of East Hampton Town Justice Court last Thursday.
Three men have been arraigned on felony charges over the last eight days in connection with a May 15 beating and robbery of a local man.