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Uber driver no license Uber Driver With 45 Suspensions Was Still on the Road

An Uber driver whose license had been suspended or revoked 45 times was arrested while driving in Montauk .

Jul 3, 2019
Rape of 13-Year-Old Alleged

A 19-year-old East Hampton man was charged last week with two counts of statutory rape involving a 13-year-old girl.

Jul 3, 2019
On the Police Logs 07.04.19

A Texas woman, Allison O’Neill of Houston, called police to her Main Street residence Sunday at about 11:25 p.m. to report an intruder. Officers found a woman, highly intoxicated, sitting on a bench in the mudroom.

Jul 3, 2019
Mother of Dead Toddlers Struggled With Depression

Tenia Campbell's mother, Vanessa McQueen, tried to calm her down over the phone as a countywide search for Ms. Campbell and her daughters ensued. "I asked about her twin baby girls and she said they are already dead. 'I killed them with my bare hands,' " Ms. McQueen told police in a written statement.

Jun 28, 2019
Family Hopes for Justice in Kirk Park Murder

"There is nothing we can do now but hope we get justice," Rolando Garces, a brother of the victim, said after Joseph A. Grippo's indictment on second-degree murder charges was unsealed Friday morning.

Jun 28, 2019
Tenia Campbell, charged with killing her twin toddlers, was led into East Hampton Town Justice Court on Friday. Woman Accused of Killing Twins Held Without Bail

The 2-year-olds, Jasmin and Jaida Campbell, were likely dead before their mother, Tenia Campbell, now charged with their murder, was found in Montauk with them strapped in their car seats, Suffolk County police said. 

Jun 28, 2019
Cops: Twin Toddlers Dead, Suicidal Mother in Custody

Update, June 27, 11:30 p.m.: A Medford mother was charged with the murder of her twin 2-year-old daughters, Suffolk County police announced late Thursday night. Tenia Campbell, 24, was taken into custody in Montauk County Park earlier that afternoon.

Jun 27, 2019
After 22 Decorated Years, Sergeant Johnson Retires

“Barry embodied community policing and was a mentor to many officers,” Police Chief Michael Sarlo posted on the East Hampton Town Police Department’s Facebook page following a ceremonial walkout, in which his fellow officers from both the town police and the Fire Department saluted him. “His work ethic and dedication will be greatly missed by the department and the citizens he served.”

Jun 27, 2019
Springs Ambulance Service Turns 40

“We didn’t have to wait very long for our first call,” Robert Davis, the first captain, remembered. The members were down at the firehouse on New Year’s Day when it came over. “I don’t think we were there five minutes before the tones went off. And it happened to be my uncle. He had fallen.” 

Jun 27, 2019
He Had a Yen for the High Life

A homeless man who fled after being surprised inside an East Hampton Village house on Friday night afterward broke in to a private beach cabana at the Maidstone Club, village police reported.

Detective Lt. Tony Long said a couple arrived at their Maidstone Lane house at about 9:40 p.m. to find a man inside. It appeared he had been staying there and was startled by the homeowners’ arrival. He ran off before they called 911.

Jun 27, 2019