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...
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.
The Sag Harbor Village Police Department is without a detective after its sole detective was brought up on disciplinary charges.
East Hampton Village A Dayton Lane resident was back to his old habits of calling 911 without an emergency. Police stopped at his house at about 3 a.m. on April 26, and he appeared to be intoxicated but was not a threat to himself or anyone else,...
A Rockland County man was arrested within hours of the discovery of a break-in at the Sag Harbor Variety Store at 114 Main Street in the village Saturday morning.
East Hampton Village police stopped a driver Monday afternoon for talking on his cellphone without a hands-free device, and discovered that he was wanted in Brazil on drug-trafficking charges.
A pedestrian was flown to Stony Brook University Hospital with a head injury Saturday night after being hit by a car in Bridgehampton.
Ted Stafford Jr., a longtime Sag Harbor Fire Department volunteer, died on Monday night after collapsing in the driveway of his village house.
A Manhattan man said that $8,400 was stolen from his backpack at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter on Friday even­ing.
Local police officers were among Suffolk County officers honored on Tuesday for leading their departments in drunken-driving arrests last year.
East Hampton Village police stopped a man for talking on his cellphone while driving on Monday afternoon and soon discovered he was wanted in Brazil on drug trafficking charges.