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  • A Queens man who was seen at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons on Oct. 8 carrying an expandable baton was referred for psychiatric evaluation Friday after an appearance in East Hampton Town Justice Court.

    Two officials of the center who approached the man and asked what he wanted were told that he “was here to pray to the gods.” After-school activities were taking place on the grounds, and the two asked him leave. The man, identified the next day as Daniel Glazer, 41, of Rego Park, reportedly slammed the baton against the ground, shutting it, and drove off.

  • Two local women were charged with aggravated drunken driving recently, one of whom also faces a felony charge of violating the terms of a conditional license.

    Deanna M. Sica, 47, of Northwest Woods was driving erratically on Three Mile Harbor Road at about 8:30 p.m. last Thursday, according to East Hampton Town police, when they pulled her over. She failed roadside sobriety tests, police said, and spent the rest of the night in a holding cell at police headquarters in Wainscott.

  • Bunky was a real writer’s cat. When I would sit down at my laptop, he would jump onto the desk and circle around my workspace. He was of the belief that the keyboard was the perfect resting place. I would gently dissuade him from lying on the keys. He would eventually give in, moving to the side or the back of my laptop, and lie down. Sometimes he would watch me, and sometimes he would sleep.

  • William C. Hurley of Sag Harbor, who admitted to being drunk when his pickup truck hit a BMW driving in the opposite direction on Route 114 last year, injuring the driver and her 6-year-old son, was sentenced on Tuesday to two years in state prison.
  • Donald Torr will serve five years probation. The Suffolk County district attorney's office had recommended prison time.
  • Police were on high alert Friday and local schools were briefly put on lockdown as officers from nine departments conducted a townwide search for a despondent man who had fired a shotgun at his house in Springs.
  • Extensive surveillance system pays off as four men are arrested.
  • East Hampton Town police made two felony arrests last week in addition to those reported on the front page of this issue.

    Edwin Robles-Bravo, a marble worker headed west in a company pickup truck on Further Lane in Amagansett Saturday afternoon, lost control of the vehicle just past the Skimhampton Road intersection, police said. The truck plowed through a “No Trucks Allowed” sign before rolling over.

  • Valon Shoshi, who was arrested after police said he fired a shotgun in his family's house in Springs then fled in a car, was freed Saturday morning and has been ordered to undergo immediate psychological treatment.
  • Update: East Hampton Town police identified Valon Shoshi, a 28-year-old living in Springs, as the armed man they took into custody earlier on Friday after a three-hour search.

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