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Local police recorded seven drunken-driving arrests over the weekend, presenting those charged with varying levels of legal difficulties. One arrest, that of Wuilson Belisario Villacis, is covered elsewhere in these pages.
Sag Harbor Village police arrested on March 12 a Jamesport man they said has defecated in the parking lot outside Mashashimuet Park on multiple occasions, despite the location of nearby public restrooms. Jeff Robinson, the park’s manager,...
Two men charged with stealing $26,000 worth of copper gutters from an Amagansett house are due back in East Hampton Justice Court today
East Hampton An unlocked car belonging to John Papas of Squires Path was entered in the overnight hours on March 5, and a Garmin GPS was stolen. Mr. Papas told police that day that his dog had started barking around 2 a.m., but that he hadn’t...
       Joseph Spezzano, described at his arraignment as “a career criminal,” was arrested early yesterday morning after David E. Rattray, the editor of The East Hampton Star, found him rummaging through his...
       The East Hampton Village Board appointed an independent officer last Thursday to weigh disciplinary charges against Julio Galeano, a village police officer who was suspended without pay on Feb. 21 after an...
       Two East Hampton men were arrested over the past week on drunken-driving charges after failing roadside sobriety tests, according to East Hampton Town police.        Segundo M Balboa...
Fire chief reports minor injuries after three cars are involved in an accident on Friday afternoon.
David E. Eagan, an East Hampton attorney, was arraigned on Feb. 28 on a charge of criminal tax fraud in East Hampton Justice Court. A state auditor said he failed to file New York State income tax returns in 2010.