Two people with a history of drug use crossed paths last Thursday afternoon in a unit of the Oakview Highway trailer park in East Hampton, and both were sent to the county jail on Saturday, where they remained as of yesterday.
An attached garage at a house on North Haven was destroyed Wednesday night, but the Sag Harbor Fire Department was able to save the rest of the house from destruction.
  Amagansett Detectives are investigating the disappearance of a .22-caliber Marlin rifle from an Alexis Court house. Rebecca Rahn told police the stainless steel rifle belonged to her ex-husband. East Hampton
The Southampton Town Police Department has launched a Facebook page.
A fire that started in a Dumpster at a house under construction in Beach Hampton on Sunday afternoon was quickly extinguished despite strong winds.
The East Hampton Fire Department celebrated its first active member to reach 60 years of service at its annual inspection dinner at the Maidstone Club late last month.
A Springs man was charged with drunken driving early Friday morning, almost two years to the day since his last arrest on the charge. Alex M. Naranjo, 29, now faces two felony counts.
East Hampton Town Police, along with code enforcement officers, raided a Springs-Fireplace Road residence on May 4 and arrested two men.
A man who skipped town after his sister put up $10,000 collateral through a bail bondsman was brought back to East Hampton in handcuffs last Thursday, the money probably gone and extended jail time likely ahead.
Police news this week
A woman called East Hampton Village police to 121 Further Lane on Friday, insisting that President Obama was to blame for her gate code not working.
A 65-year-old man who spent 34 years without a driver’s license following his first arrest for drunken driving was charged with the same offense on Sunday, this time with an additional charge of aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a felony.
A classic 1968 Ford Mustang that crashed into the front of a Sag Harbor store last Thursday evening once belonged to the writer Truman Capote.