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David A. Weinzweig was arraigned on three felony charges, including possession of the drug with the intent to sell on Friday in Sag Harbor Village Justice Court in front of Justice Lisa R. Rana.
A 28-year-old from Nashville, with a history of drunken driving in Tennessee, was only in town over the weekend to attend a wedding with his parents and girlfriend, but now has to return to East Hampton Justice Court to answer felony drunken-driving charges.
A motorcycle was found abandoned in the ocean surf just east of the East Hampton-Southampton town line on Sept. 25 at about 8 a.m. A passer-by pulled the 2013 Yamaha out of the water, but police said it was totaled by seawater damage. An officer was unable to contact the owner, who lives on Town Line Road, to ascertain whether the motorcycle had...
A Springs man was back in East Hampton Town Justice Court last week, this time charged with violating an order of protection issued earlier this year following an alleged sexual assault.
Harvey Roth suffered a leg injury, among other things, and was airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital, where he is listed in serious condition as of yesterday.
Two lime green all-terrain vehicles were taken from a wooded area on a property on Denise Street in early August.
An elderly man was found with what police are calling serious physical injuries on an East Hampton road Sunday afternoon.
A Noyac man convicted a little over a year ago on a misdemeanor drunken-driving charge will be back before East Hampton Town Justice Lisa R. Rana today on the same charge, this time classified as a felony.
A 19-year-old who has been living in Montauk since March was charged on Monday with two felony counts of burglary.
In a telephone interview this week, Martin Drew disagreed with Jim Grimes’s version of the events that led to his arrest.
A 2010 Toyota hit a train trestle last week, but unlike the familiar trestle collisions in East Hampton Village, the height of the vehicle was not the cause.
A 69-year-old Main Street resident called police on Sept. 18 after she received a letter from a man in Toronto saying someone at her address was the next of kin for a dormant bank account worth $7.4 million. She said no one by that name had ever resided at her house.
Police in Southampton Village are asking beachgoers to think twice before going into the water due to the recent storm activities.