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  • The owners of The Montauk Brewing Company want to make its signiture Driftwood Ale on site and are hoping to have the brewery running in time for the hectic summer season.
  •     An apparently troubled young man, Justin Cruz, 18, of East Hampton but with no set address, who has been in and out of East Hampton Town Justice Court, was there again on Jan. 13 and the day after, to be arraigned on separate charges. He was arrested on a bench warrant on Jan. 12 after failing three times to appear in court.

  •     Two men were arrested in East Hampton Town last week on drunken-driving charges and a third on a charge of driving while impaired by drugs.

  • “She took a company that has been around since 1902 and nearly bankrupted them.”
  • Two waterfront properties on Lake Montauk and one on Gardiner’s Bay were front and center.
  •     The future of Hren’s Nursery, a landmark on the Montauk Highway between East Hampton and Amagansett, was on the agenda of the East Hampton Town Planning Board  last week. The business was closed last year. Now, however, the Hren family has proposed subdividing the property, with one lot for the nursery, four house lots, and an agricultural reserve. The landscaping part of the business would be discontinued.

  •     An East Hampton Town police officer patrolling Three Mile Harbor Road in Springs in the early hours of Jan. 5 made a sharp swerve onto the shoulder to avoid being hit by an oncoming Dodge Durango, which then continued on. The officer turned around fast and stopped the Durango after a short pursuit.

  •     A mechanic reporting to work last Thursday morning at T&B Auto Service in Amagansett found the padlock on the office door gone, its hidden key missing, and the door jimmied open.
        Billy Vorpahl, an owner of the business, told police the petty cash box, containing about $500, was missing. David Rawleigh, the manager, said on Tuesday that T&B was going to install surveillance cameras. “It’s a shame,” he said, “but it is a deterrence.”

  •     Sag Harbor police received an anonymous call on Tuesday night reporting that a pedestrian had been hit by a car on Main Street.
        The car’s driver, David Corigliano of East Hampton, 60, who remained at the scene with the victim, told police he was westbound on Jermain Avenue at about 9:15 p.m. when his 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee struck Jhenny Arias of Sag Harbor. Ms. Arias, 36, was crossing the multi-laned intersection where Jermain crosses Main Street and becomes Brick Kiln Road.

  •     Neither driver involved in a dramatic two-car collision in Wainscott Friday evening can remember what actually caused it.
        Donald Kalfin of Wainscott, 87, driving a 2011 Lexus SUV, was eastbound on Montauk Highway by the Highway Diner near Daniel’s Hole Road. Jose Tovarlam, 32, of East Hampton was headed west in a 2005 Toyota pickup. Suddenly, for no known reason, both cars veered across the dividing line, crashing together so hard that the Lexus went flying through the air and flipped over.

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