Kevin Joe Simmons was arrested Tuesday by East Hampton Village police, who alleged that he had burglarized the Amaden Gay Agency’s Gay Road office while spending Monday night there.
Derrick Lamont Short, 38, who had been freed on parole on Feb. 20 after serving a year and a half of a three-year prison term for attempted criminal possession of a weapon, is in county jail in Riverside after his parole board stepped in and ordered...
East Hampton Town police made two arrests over the weekend on misdemeanor drunken driving charges, the first early Saturday and the second early Sunday.

East Hampton A computer bag belonging to Gregory Monaco was stolen from inside a 2014 Cadillac parked outside a Middle Road residence during the overnight hours on Feb. 21. While the bag did not appear, from the incident report, to have contained a...
Norbin Hernandez-Zuniga was recorded on surveillance video allegedly stealing a flat-screen television, with the help of an accomplice, from a house under construction in Sag Harbor.
Patrick John Dowd Jr., 32, who was arrested by East Hampton Town police on Feb. 28, was indicted by a grand jury Monday on a felony charge of drunken driving for the second time in less than five years. He is being held without bail.
An East Hampton man is facing significant time in state prison after a dawn raid by combined law enforcement agencies on Tuesday resulted in his arrest and the arrest of his brother.
A possibly rabid raccoon spurred a call to police from a West End Road residence on the morning of Feb. 20. The caller, apparently an employee, told police that the raccoon was on a second floor balcony.
A man who was wanted for drunken driving and manslaughter after a fiery crash that killed his passenger in Springs 19 years ago was picked up in Texas on Wednesday.
Valon Shoshi of Springs was convicted of two felonies at the end of a six-day jury trial in New York State Criminal Courts building in Riverside last week, aggravated criminal contempt and criminal contempt of court. He is now in the county jail in...
A Springs man who had been released from jail after the district attorney’s office failed to obtain an indictment on a felony domestic violence charge is back behind bars following a three-vehicle accident on Feb. 20.
A Springs man was picked up by United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents on Friday from the Suffolk County jail in Riverside, one day after he was scheduled to be released. He had been held on a detainer request.
Although an order of protection had been issued in early February by East Hampton Town Justice Steven Tekulsky requiring a Springs woman to avoid threatening or intimidating her daughter, police were called to the Montgomery Avenue residence they...