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Charged in Skateboard Incident

Antonio A. Cabrera, 32, of East Hampton was arrested last month, accused of running a skateboarder off the road on purpose.

Aug 30, 2018
Montauk Ambulances Upgraded

The Montauk Fire Department has been awarded a $175,562 federal grant for equipment upgrades, Representative Lee Zeldin announced last week.

Aug 30, 2018
Also on the Logs: 08.30.18

Workers at the East Hampton I.G.A. called police to report an intoxicated man attempting to steal a six-pack of Budweiser beer. The manager advised the man he could not steal from the store and placed the beer back on the shelf.

Aug 30, 2018
August Arrests Ran Gamut

A dispute between neighbors last Thursday led to fisticuffs, in which one neighbor bit, choked, and punched the other, East Hampton Town Police Detective Sgt. Dan Toia said yesterday.

Sep 6, 2018
On the Police Logs 09.06.18

A Montauk man parked his 1994 BMW in the long-term lot on Lumber Lane before going to work and took a taxi home at the end of his shift Friday morning. When he returned later that afternoon, he told police, he could not find the car. Police found it in the Reutershan lot.

Sep 6, 2018
On the Police Logs 09.20.18

When Josip Kostovic of Seaford came off the beach on Saturday morning, he found potato chips strewn all over his vehicle, which was parked near the Sloppy Tuna on South Emerson Avenue. He had last seen his 2000 GMC the day before at 2:20 p.m., and, he said, there had been no potato chips on it.

Sep 20, 2018
‘We Smoked It All Earlier’

On patrol in Sag Harbor Saturday at about midnight, Officer Janelle Spero saw a 2002 Honda Civic make an improper U-turn on Main Street, and pulled the car over. Eric Gonzalez, 21, of Calverton was behind the wheel, and the officer reported a strong odor of marijuana coming from the car.

Sep 13, 2018
Sideswipe Leads to Arrest

Monica M. Miller of Sag Harbor, 50, was arrested Saturday night on a felony charge of drunken driving following an accident in that village.

Sep 13, 2018
On the Police Logs 09.13.18

Someone swiped two shirts from a sidewalk clothing rack in front of Flying Point Surf Boutique on Saturday afternoon. Two hours later, the person returned to pay for the shirts, worth $60 each. No charges were filed.

Sep 13, 2018
Officer Denton Is Now Full Time

Chief Michael Tracey of the East Hampton Village police introduced Christian E. Denton, the newest full-time officer in his department, to the village board on Friday.

Sep 27, 2018