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  •     East Hampton Town police are calling the death of a Northwest Woods woman a “possible suicide,” according to East Hampton Town Detective Lieutenant Chris Anderson.

        “There is no indication of foul play,” he said yesterday.

  •     Kenneth R. Coleman Jr. of Sag Harbor was driving 66 miles per hour early Saturday morning on Montauk Highway near Green Hollow Road, according to East Hampton Village police, when they stopped his 2005 Toyota Rav 4. The speed limit there is 40 m.p.h.

        Mr. Coleman, 31, was asked to perform roadside sobriety tests, which police said he failed. He appeared in East Hampton Town Justice Court later that morning to face a felony charge of drunken driving.

  •     An apparent planned trip out of town turned into a trip to Suffolk County jail for an East Hampton man, who had bail set at $25,000 by a clearly displeased East Hampton Justice Lisa R. Rana last Thursday.

        Diego P. Ordonez-Contreras, 29, was due in East Hampton court the day before, Sept. 25, to face a charge of a violation of probation stemming from a previous conviction.

  • Police said that Wesley Carrion, 90, was pulled from the house by Sag Harbor Fire Department volunteers. He was declared dead at Southampton Hospital.
  • Jason Lee, a Goldman Sachs managing director accused of raping a 20-year-old Irish student in East Hampton early on Aug. 20, his birthday, was arraigned in Suffolk County Criminal Court Friday on a charge of first-degree rape and two misdemeanor charges.
  • The applicants propose to merge the three lots into one, and then build a 79-unit condominium community for affluent older residents, down from the 89 units first proposed.
  • East Hampton Town police have accused Franklin P. Guanga Sinchi, of a series of burglaries in Montauk recently
  •     The expansion of a house and an artist’s studio along with a Zen garden got a peace sign from the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals at a busy Sept. 10 work session, but a deer fence on the same property raised the board members’ ire.

  •      East Hampton Town Justice Catherine A. Cahill ordered yesterday that Mortimer Zuckerman’s driving history be reviewed by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles as she granted an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal on a charge against him of leaving the scene of an accident. The A.C.O.D. means the charge will be  dismissed if the real estate and publishing magnate’s driving record stays clean for the next six months.

  •     The 20-year-old driver of a 1988 Chevrolet Corvette was flown by helicopter to Stony Brook University Medical Center just before midnight Monday after his car crashed off Hand’s Creek Road in East Hampton.

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