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  • Already facing multiple felony charges in Massachusetts, Mikey Russell, a former East Hampton High School basketball star, was charged by East Hampton Village police last week with four additional felonies for allegedly stealing and going shopping with someone else’s credit cards.
  • The East Hampton Town Board voted unanimously on Oct. 1 to promote Capt. Michael D. Sarlo, 43, to the top slot
  •     Gabriele Yupa-Buestan of Springs took the stand in his own defense last week during a two-day jury trial in East Hampton Town Justice Court, insisting that he was not the one driving the 2003 Ford that crashed a year ago off Bow Oarsman Road in East Hampton. It was an ex-girlfriend, Florina Molina-Zamora, 41, who was behind the wheel, he said.

  •     “This is not your first time in front of a court,” East Hampton Town Justice Lisa R. Rana told Cesar A. Martinez, 54, of Springs at his arraignment Sunday morning.

        Mr. Martinez nodded, shrugged, and looked down at the floor.

  •     A 92-year-old East Hampton woman was taken to the hospital after losing control of her car on Newtown Lane Monday afternoon, causing a chain-reaction crash involving five other cars.

        East Hampton Village police cited Mary Zucker for improper backing, and have asked the Department of Motor Vehicles to review her license.

  •     A New York City woman remained in stable condition at Stony Brook University Hospital yesterday after her bicycle was struck by a car shortly after noon on Saturday. The accident happened on Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton near Gann Road, where the road curves and becomes Three Mile Harbor-Hog Creek Road. Visibility is limited on the curve.

        No charges are expected to be filed against the driver, according to Lt. Det. Chris Anderson of the East Hampton Town Police.

  •    “Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune” opens tonight at 8 p. m. at the Bridge, the “black box” stage at the Bridgehampton Community Center. It is being produced by the Hamptons International Theater Festival and the Naked Stage.

  • A New York City woman was critically injured when she was struck by a car while bicycling on Three Mile Harbor Road in Springs a little after noon on Saturday.
  • A New York City woman was critically injured when the bicycle she was riding was struck by a car on Three Mole Harbor Hog Creek Road a little after noon on Saturday.

    East Hampton Town police said Kathryn Jones, 58, was biking northbound when she was struck by a 2006 Subaru station wagon being driven by Antjemaria D. Katcher, 65, of East Hampton, also northbound.

    Ms. Jones was taken first by the Springs ambulance company, then Suffolk County medical helicopter to Stony Brook University Hospital where she was admitted in what police called critical but stable condition.

  •     One man skipped bail recently, leaving his family $30,000 poorer, while another couldn’t make bail, leading his attorney to seek and get a very speedy trial date in East Hampton Town Justice Court.

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