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  • For local police, the Labor Day weekend climaxed a hectic summer on and off the roads, with 14 people arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court on charges of driving while intoxicated.
  • Rebuilding or replacing a trailer in the Montauk Shores Condominium usually stirs controversy when applications come before the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals.
  • He is Jamaican. He is a big man, tall and broad. He gets on in Montauk with me at 7 a.m. We both sit down in front, where there is more legroom. We are riding the 10C.
  • Sean P. Ludwick, the New York real estate developer accused of being drunk at 2 a.m. on Sunday when his 2013 Porsche convertible crashed into a utility pole, killing his passenger, Paul Hansen of Noyac, appeared in Southampton Town Justice Court on Friday.
  • The East Hampton Town Ordinance Enforcement Department served the Surf Lodge in Montauk with citations on Aug. 25 for an illegal change of use and a site plan violation, both stemming from the use of the outdoor deck, which has never received site plan approval, as a pop-up yoga studio, according to Betsy Bambrick, the town’s director of code enforcement.
  • Three local men charged in separate incidents with workplace-related crimes were arraigned recently in East Hampton Town Justice Court.
  • Sean P. Ludwick, a former partner in BlackHouse Development, a New York City real estate firm, was charged with drunken driving early Sunday morning.
  • Jose M. Chuchuca-Loja, 37, an East Hampton Village resident, was driving a 1995 Toyota Celica, police said, when he struck another car at the intersection of Newtown Lane and Main Street and drove away. A Carlos Taxi driver, who saw what happened, called police and then followed the Toyota to the 23-hour parking lot near Lumber Lane.

  • At about 4:30 Friday morning, a man who was renting a house for the weekend forced his way into a house elsewhere in Montauk.
  • Supreme Court Justice dismissed a countersuit by the restaurant’s lawyers, Jordan & LeVerrier, against the town, which sought damages in connection with an ongoing lawsuit the town has brought against Cyril’s.

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