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  • Southampton Town police announced today the arrests of two men last Thursday on multiple felony charges related to the alleged dealing of heroin.
  • In a speech in Brentwood on Friday, President Donald Trump told Suffolk County law enforcement officials that “we love our police, we love our sheriffs, and we love our ICE officers.”
  • The Surf Lodge is headed toward legalizing almost all the structures on its property after the East Hampton Zoning Board of Appeals indicated Tuesday night that it would unanimously approve a series of variance requests from the owners, Jayma Cardoso and Michael Walrath, in agreement with the town attorney’s office.
  • Several charged with drunken driving this week.
  • A Greenport man who allegedly diverted funds from a Sag Harbor clothing store where he was working into his own account, was picked up on a warrant Friday morning and charged with grand larceny in the third degree, a felony.
  • A noise complaint from a resident of Buell Lane in East Hampton Village shortly before midnight on Saturday drew police to 27 Edwards Lane, where they said they found over 50 young partiers in the backyard.
  • Jefferson Davis Eames, 49, was handcuffed on Thursday and taken to a holding cell in East Hampton Town Justice Court, his first stop before beginning to serve the eight-month sentence Justice Lisa R. Rana had just handed down.
  • In swift decision, judge rules against the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals; business can remain at Shagwong Marina on Three Mile Harbor.
  • Last week was relatively quiet on the roads in comparison to other weeks this summer. East Hampton Town police made four arrests and Sag Harbor police made one, all on driving while intoxicated charges as misdemeanors.
  • An Eastport man arrested for the second time this month for drunken boating tried to escape by diving off a dinghy dock a little after midnight Monday, according to Sag Harbor Village police.

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