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  • A Queens man who allegedly fell asleep behind the wheel was arrested on a drunken-driving charge in connection with an accident in East Hampton Village that left three others critically injured, police said.
  • Nathaniel H. Miller, an East Hampton Town Trustee accused of choking another man at a Maidstone Park beach barbecue last month, was cleared of the charge Thursday in East Hampton Town Justice Court.
  • John D. Re is lauded by some as an art expert who guided them to important art purchases at discount prices. Others, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which has accused him of selling fake Jackson Pollocks for almost $2 million, consider him a thief, peddling forged art and tall tales.
  • Two Montauk homeowners have been charged with violations of the East Hampton Town code related to tenant turnover in the houses they rent.

  • A New York City woman already charged three times with stalking her ex-husband, his current wife, and their three children, now faces a fourth charge, this time of violating his order of protection.

  • A New York City man already facing a felony charge of drunken driving was arrested in Montauk Harbor Saturday evening after being stopped for speeding in a no-wake zone. Coast Guard officers charged John C. Hulme, 62, with boating while intoxicated and reckless operation of a vessel, both misdemeanors.

  • Cyril’s Fish House lost its license to sell alcohol after a vote by the New York State Liquor Authority on Tuesday.
  • A Sag Harbor man was arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court last Thursday on charges stemming from an April 16 crash on Route 114 that sent two men to the hospital.
  • A Woodside man driving a company van to the farmers market in Springs in order to sell pickles was charged Saturday morning with 10 misdemeanors, mostly relating to possession of drugs.

    East Hampton Town police said Peter Chau was pulled over on North Main Street, East Hampton, because his rear license plate was “crooked.” The officer reportedly found that Mr. Chau’s license had been suspended three times for failure to pay a fine in Queens, which led initially to his arrest.

  • A man who told East Hampton Town Justice Steven Tekulsky that “I’m not homeless. I live outside,” has spent the last few days in the county jail, charged by East Hampton Village police with trespassing.

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