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  •     A 24-year-old man who has been in and out of East Hampton Town Justice Court and is now in the county jail may stay there for some time.
        Justice Catherine Cahill set bail for Jose B. Maria-Jimenez of East Hampton, also known as Jose Maria, at $15,000 on Feb. 13, after what was at least his fourth arrest in the past 11 months.

  • The justice system has been a revolving door that may finally have come to a stop on Friday for the driver accused of running over and killing John Judge on Amagansett Main Street in October
  • The Beach House, a hotel and playground for the well-sandaled young in downtown Montauk, can keep its bar, and its gift shop, too, but will probably have to go through some form of site plan review.
  •     A Montauk driver who peeled out of a parking lot near the docks, brakes screeching, late at night on Feb. 1 was arrested after a short chase and charged with driving while intoxicated as well as resisting arrest.

  •     Sag Harbor Village police arrested Thomas Palumbo, 37, of Quogue last Thursday evening and charged him with stealing money being collected for Jhenny Bueno Arias, a 36-year-old mother of four severely injured after being hit by a car while walking home from work on Jan. 15.

  •     Sag Harbor police arrested a Ronkonkoma couple last Thursday and charged them with multiple counts of forgery in the second degree.
        Nicholas Marino, 22, and Kathleen Danielson, 23, reportedly stole 19 blank checks from an elderly Main Street resident, forged his signature on the checks, and cashed 17 of them to the tune of $3,330, according to the police.

  •     An East Hampton woman, 23-year-old Kelly Anne Doroski, was killed in a one-car crash at about 6:30 p.m. last Thursday. The accident happened on Route 114, in the Goodfriend Drive area.
        According to her mother, Patricia Doroski of Sag Harbor, the young woman’s southbound 2009 Mazda struck a small strip of curbing near Plank Road, causing her to lose control of the car, which ran off the road into a stand of trees.

  •     The snow Friday night led to some slipping and sliding on the roadways in the Town of East Hampton.
        Carlos Barros of East Hampton had his 2005 Toyota slide off Abraham’s Path a little after 9 p.m. The rear passenger side of the car struck a tree. Mr. Barros was unhurt and able to drive away.

  •     Eileen Hickey-Hulme of East Hampton and New York had an unexpected cold-water dip in the dark before dawn on Monday. According to a police report, Ms. Hickey-Hulme, an artist, was rescued from a sinking boat moored at Gardiner’s Marina at about 4 a.m. that day.
        East Hampton Town police officers, responding to a 911 emergency call, were flagged down by Paul Lester of East Hampton as they entered the marina. Mr. Lester had fallen into the water as he tried to escape the sinking craft, police said, and was soaking wet.