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  • An assistant district attorney said Donald J. Torr, 69, was taking renters' money and "invading their privacy at the same time."
  • A bad case of weekend road rage landed a Springs man in jail on Sunday afternoon, facing a felony charge of strangulation.
  • Though both the robbers appeared to be women, one of them was quite tall, about six-foot four, with a deep voice and an Adam’s apple.
  •     A string of burglaries during the month of May in Springs and East Hampton has netted thieves thousands in cash and jewelry and left police searching for answers. Two more houses were struck last week.

  •     Last week, for the eighth straight week, there were automobile accidents on local roads that resulted in charges of driving while intoxicated. There have been 13 such alcohol-related accidents since April 19, with at least three people hospitalized.
        There were two such arrests last week. The first, just after midnight on May 28, led to a felony charge of D.W.I.

  •     The town’s ongoing dispute with Cyril’s, the popular roadside restaurant and bar on Napeague, returned to court on Monday in a continued effort to hammer out a resolution to the many outstanding violations at the property.

        Among the many charges Cyril’s is facing are lack of site plan approval from the town, lack of a building permit for some of the structures on the site, and illegal wetlands clearing.

  •    A summer stock standard has come to the Main Stage at the Bay Street Theatre, and if the quality of this production of the farcical sex comedy “Lend Me a Tenor” is a sign of things to come for Bay Street’s three-play 2013 season, buying a season subscription might be a good ticket to ride this year.

  • Aboard the 4:07 from Penn Station, a crowd of mostly 20-somethings, with some older folk thrown in, filled the aisles and stairs of the double-decker cars on Friday, sitting on bags, suitcases, and, occasionally, each other.
  • Allegations made by two men who worked with the Beach House in its inaugural season last year cast the private club as a mere accessory to an even larger second business, that of a music venue.
  •     East Hampton Town and Village police, together with the Sag Harbor force, made a total of 12 drunken-driving arrests this past week, not counting the two that followed the Napeague crash early Sunday morning, reported separately in this issue.