A Conklin Terrace woman, whom police did not name, told them on Dec. 4 that a male co-worker had repeatedly come to her house without calling and let himself in.
One of the drivers involved in a collision between two commercial vehicles on Route 114 in East Hampton last Thursday remains at Stony Brook University Hospital, his condition upgraded yesterday from critical to stable.
An East Hampton man, Eduardo Vazquez-Dominguez, was released by the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department on Monday after posting $10,000 in bail despite an active Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainment request. Mr. Vazquez-Dominguez, 33...
The drivers of two northbound commercial vehicles were taken to the hospital after one rear-ended the other on Route 114 shortly after 7:30 Thursday morning, according to the East Hampton Town police.
Police say that Randall Taylor Rivera stole money from the bank account of a deceased Montauk woman. He was arraigned on Tuesday on eight felony charges.
A 2004 Mini Cooper parked in front of a Boatheaders Lane North house was vandalized during the day Friday. The vehicle had extensive damage to the front end, back window, and exterior and interior.
Luis Eduardo Valladares, also known to Immigration and Custom Enforcement agents as Luis Eduardo Valladares Arias, is being held in county jail after being arrested last Thursday on charges of criminal contempt.
An Eastport man has been charged by the East Hampton Town police with assaulting and attempting to rob a Northwest Woods man on the night of Nov. 7.
East Hampton Town police charged four motorists with drunken driving between last Thursday and Monday, with one facing a felony charge because he had a drunken driving conviction within the last 10 years.
Residents of the Montauk Fire District will be asked to select a fire commissioner on Tuesday in voting from 2 to 9 p.m. at the firehouse on Flamingo Avenue.
After missing his train stop in Patchogue and ending up in Montauk, a man tried to walk home along the ocean beach. He apparently tried to enter a house on Ronald Baron’s Further Lane, East Hampton, estate, setting off an alarm.
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.