Brian K. Midgett Jr., the driver of the Ford pickup truck that was in a collision with a Volvo on Route 114 in East Hampton on July 29 that caused the death of Douglas Foster Schneiderman of McLean, Va., the Volvo’s driver, has been exonerated from any wrongdoing, according to his attorney, Susan Menu.
East Hampton Village police arrested an East Hampton man last week on charges stemming from a barrage of anti-Obama graffiti in various locations.
Lawrence G. Nickel, 63, was charged on Sept. 18 with one felony count of criminal mischief, 12 misdemeanor vandalism counts, and one count of petty larceny. Chief Gerard Larsen said the felony charge, criminal mischief in the third degree, stemmed from the aggregate damage in the 12 misdemeanor incidents, which was estimated at $488. The threshold for such a charge is $250.