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  • A 19-year-old who fled a crash near Deep Hollow Ranch in Montauk and stumbled in the dark for over three miles before police caught up with him was arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court last Thursday on multiple charges.
  • Frank A. Cilione, owner of the Leo, a nightclub on Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton, was charged the morning of Oct. 22 with selling liquor without a license.
  • Domestic disputes — between a mother and son, the parents of a child, and an estranged couple — were at the fore of East Hampton Town police investigations last week.
  • Sometimes what is below the ground can loom larger than what is above it. This may be the case with a site plan being considered by the East Hampton Town Planning Board for Arbor, a Montauk restaurant.
  • Dennis E. McGuire, a resident of the mobile home park on Oakview Highway, was arrested Monday night and charged with videoing a woman as she was using the shower in his residence.
  • The zoning board voted 4-0 on Tuesday to uphold a determination by the town’s chief principal building inspector, Ann Glennon, that Paddle Diva, which operates out of the Shagwong Marina on Three Mile Harbor, had expanded the marina’s use beyond what is allowed under town code.
  • Sag Harbor police received a call Friday night reporting a white utility van with ladders on its roof driving erratically on Main Street
  • The driver of a Ford pickup truck struck the vehicle Dick Cavett and his wife, Martha Rogers, were riding in late Wednesday afternoon, sending it into the woods off Montauk Highway. Mr. Cavett was not hurt, but his wife was taken to the hospital with multiple lacerations on her head and face.
  • A 911 call in which a neighbor complained that a deer was being kept in a backyard as a pet took East Hampton Town police, and then code enforcement officers, to 7 Cedar Street in Springs on Oct. 11 and led to 17 charges against the owner of the house, Angel Otavalo.

  • Is it a bluff or is it not? The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals will attempt to answer that question over the next few weeks.

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