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A giraffe at the East Hampton Village impound yard? That’s right: A 9-foot-tall plastic giraffe impounded after being found chained to a tree at the Nature Trail in June of 2016.

Amagansett Tiina the Store had been particularly busy on Aug. 5, Tiina Laakkonen, the owner, told police a few days later. She noticed a woman behaving oddly, she said, but was distracted and could not monitor her every move. The woman left without...
According to the East Hampton Village police, Amber Elizabeth Gregg, 27, left her two children, a 4-year-old and a 7-month-old baby, alone in her apartment while she was out drinking on the morning of Aug. 16.
East Hampton Town police made two arrests stemming from incidents that began at two busy Montauk nightspots on two consecutive days, which resulted in two orders of protection during arraignments this week.
A pickup truck hit a 14-year-old bicyclist at the intersection of Conklin Terrace and Newtown Lane in East Hampton Village just after noon last Thursday and drove away.
Two more men were facing deportation this week following their arrest by East Hampton Town police on drunken-driving charges. The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency has issued detainers for both.
A man who arrived in Montauk from Puerto Rico a month ago has been charged with felony possession of cocaine.
Someone with a BB gun shot out three garage door windowpanes on Hampton Place Saturday night. Valerie Street told police the vandalism occurred between 7:30 and 10.
A Hampton Bays woman who works for an agency caring for the elderly in their own homes was arrested yesterday morning by the East Hampton Village police on felony charges of grand larceny and possession of stolen property. According to the police,...
Two assistant chefs who work at an estate on West Pond Drive in Bridgehampton, off Kellis Pond, found themselves in the soup early Friday morning.
A Bloomfield, N.J., man was taken to Sag Harbor Village Justice Court on Aug. 8 from Rikers Island, to be arraigned on charges of stealing tens of thousands of dollars by way of a skimming device placed on an automated teller machine outside the Bridgehampton National Bank on Bay Street.
Extensive damage was done to the house over that weekend, they complained, and a number of items were stolen. The total loss and repair bill will come to about $3,500.
No one was injured when a sport utility vehicle knocked down a utility pole, starting a fire on Daniel's Hole Road, near Hedges Lane, in Wainscott on Tuesday afternoon.