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  • Police say the Riverhead man was dragging the young woman, whose name was not released, out of an Amagansett house and toward his 2002 Volvo when he was confronted by Justin Napolillo, who had come to her defense carrying a 12-gauge shotgun.
  • On the evening of April 20, according to East Hampton Town police, Raymond K. Berry, 29, took a car belonging to Alison Miller from a driveway at 3 Ninth Street in Springs and drove it through a Gardiner Avenue yard and around a swimming pool before abandoning it in a nearby driveway and running away.
  • ag Harbor Village police are investigating the theft last week of two teak memorial lawn benches from the property of the Cormaria Retreat House on Bay Street. The retreat is run by nuns from the order of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary.
  • East Hampton Town and Sag Harbor Village police made five arrests on drunken driving charges in recent days. Those charged were first-time offenders and the charges were at the misdemeanor level. East Hampton Village police also reported an April 30 arrest this week.
  • A man East Hampton Town police say set fire to a truck parked in Springs in February was arrested on Wednesday after a two-and-a-half-month investigation by town detectives and the Suffolk County Police Arson Squad.
  • A jury in East Hampton Town Justice Court convicted an East Hampton resident last Thursday on a misdemeanor charge of drunken driving, as well as a charge of leaving the scene of an accident. It was the first of two trials Justin Michael Hogan, 46, will face.
  • East Hampton Town police arrested four men last week on misdemeanor drunken-driving charges. One of them, Diego A. Zelayandia of Flanders, if convicted, could lose his driving privilege in New York State for five years, or even for life.
  • Jeffrey Locker’s dream house is almost finished. It is on what the Town of East Hampton describes as pristine dunes on Cranberry Hole Road in Amagansett, abutting Napeague State Park on one side, with Gardiner’s Bay a stone’s throw away. Now, his brother and sister-in-law, Keith and Stacy Locker, want to follow suit.
  • A man who recently pleaded guilty in district court to breaking into the Amaden Gay Agency in East Hampton Village on March 12 was arrested by East Hampton Town police on April 17 and charged with two more counts of burglary.
  • Kyle Lynch pleaded guilty in Suffolk County Court in Riverside on Friday to eight charges, including six felonies.

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