A bicycle thief was caught red-handed on Friday by the bike’s owner, who had discovered her red Cannondale M300 mountain bike missing from a shed at her 12th Street house, off Gardiner Avenue in Springs, the day before.
Sheila Carrie Okin, an Amagansett community activist and an East End spiritual leader, died on June 28 at Stony Brook University Medical Center after suffering a stroke and falling two days earlier. She was 75.
For over 30 years, Ms. Okin had a career as a psychotherapist, both in New York and Amagansett.
She had worked for 23 years at the New Hope Guild Center in Brooklyn as a therapist, becoming head of the school and administrative director.