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  • Another Saturday-night police dragnet to snare drunken drivers helped lead to the arrest of defendants from a wide variety of professions.
  • Several defendants have been brought into court on drug-related arrests.
  • Sag Harbor police received a call on the afternoon of July 5 reporting a man sleeping under a bush in the Long Wharf area.
  • On Tuesday, the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals unanimously rejected a request that would have opened the door to a branch of the nationwide chain taking over the old Villa Prince restaurant space east of the I.G.A.
  • A proposed 200-seat sports bar at East Hampton Indoor Tennis may be headed for a time out, if five town residents get their way. On June 24, they filed an action with the State Supreme Court in Riverhead against the East Hampton Town Planning Board, which has approved both the bar and the expansion of the sports club, asking the court to annul the decision.
  • So, I did it. With help from a kind, generous friend in Montauk, I got another car. Not a 240, but a Subaru, 2001 Forester. Had about 80,000 miles on it. Nice.
  • Kyle L. Rosco, 33, of Sag Harbor was arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court Friday morning on felony charges of drunken driving stemming from crash on Saturday evening in which his car rolled over and came to rest on the Maidstone Club's golf course.
  • The Fourth of July weekend in East Hampton Town was “major, very busy,” Supervisor Larry Cantwell said at a board meeting on Tuesday, but “there were no calamities, no serious crimes. Overall I think we managed to get through the weekend reasonably well.”
  • The owners of Tiina the Store on Amagansett Main Street submitted a preliminary site plan to the East Hampton Town Planning Board June 22 proposing major changes for the back of the property. The reaction of the board, while not icy, was cool to at least one aspect of the proposal.
  • An apparently homeless woman was sent to jail last Thursday after being accused of stealing an Oklahoma oilman’s Mercedes Benz from in front of his Ocean Avenue, East Hampton, property.

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