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  • Alleged road rage at the intersection of Newtown and Cooper Lanes in East Hampton Village Tuesday evening resulted in a crash and an arrest, according to village police, who charged Braulio Camilo Padillo-Romero, a 28-year-old East Hampton resident, with criminal mischief as a D felony and with two misdemeanors, reckless endangerment and reckless driving, as well as a violation for an allegedly illegal lane change.
  • Southampton Town police have arrested a former president of the Sag Harbor School Board on a misdemeanor charge of allowing teens to drink alcohol at her North Haven house.
  • The owner of the house in which an East Hampton teenager overdosed last month was arrested last Thursday on unrelated charges. It has been alleged that the young man’s condition was ignored for the next 12 hours.
  • A call last Thursday afternoon from a Town Lane house had East Hampton Village officers on the lookout for a man driving a 1997 Lincoln. Their report of the incident states that they wanted to “check his well-being.”
  • Police, tipped off by an anonymous call about a party at which teens allegedly were drinking alcohol, have charged Susan E. Guinchard Kinsella with violating the Suffolk County Social Host Law, which holds adults accountable if they knowingly allow underage drinking.
  • The East Hampton Town Police Department handled a record number of calls last year, just missing the 20,000 mark, according to the annual report released by Chief Michael D. Sarlo on Monday.
  • Frans H. and Dalal Preidel, who own a small cottage on a dune at the beach terminus of South Edison Street in Montauk, got a Valentine’s Day gift Tuesday night from the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals, which informally agreed to allow them to remove an outdoor shower and deck and replace it with a shed.
  • Southampton Town detectives are investigating the disappearance of a dozen or more artworks from the studio of a Bridgehampton artist, Elaine Marinoff, who called police to her Ocean Road residence in early January to report the theft.
  • East Hampton Town police charged a Springs man with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated early Saturday morning.
  • More than 60 parents of East Hampton High School students gathered at Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton on Tuesday night to voice their unhappiness over what they see as a runaway explosion of drug use at the school.

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