On the Police Logs 03.21.19

East Hampton Village

Police were called to 11 West End Road regarding a possible New York State Environmental Conservation violation on March 11. A neighbor was concerned about the type of sand being used there for dune restoration. Police said the product appeared to be dredged spoil from the Georgica Pond project. A D.E.C. officer had been in contact with the contractor, but police asked the D.E.C. for further investigation. 

Sag Harbor Pool Company was given a summons for improperly discharging swimming pool water onto a neighboring property on James Lane on March 11 at about 12:15 p.m. 

An officer saw a 200 Ardco utility lift vehicle damage the right of way in front of 84 Egypt Lane on March 13. The driver, Darwin B. Matamorros, said a different worker was responsible. Police spoke to the owner of the company, who said they would repair the damage to the grassy area. The police charged the driver with a village code violation. 

A 2012 Toyota RAV-4 got stuck on the beach near Old Beach Lane last Thursday morning. Police issued the driver, a 33-year-old from West Islip, a ticket for not having a town beach access permit and gave him several local numbers for towing the S.U.V. off the beach. 

A Talmage Lane resident complained about a vehicle on the village right of way in front of her house, blocking the road. An officer spoke to a contractor doing work at a neighboring property, who said he would try to keep the vehicles parked on or in front of the appropriate property.  

Police were called to 159 Main Street about a man urinating on the sidewalk outside a white 18-wheeler on Friday morning at about 8:15 a.m. Police noted that the East Hampton Library is at 159 Main Street, and found no sign of an 18-wheeler. 

Sag Harbor Village

Philip E. Kenter, the business administrator for the Sag Harbor School District, was leaving work on Monday when he found a screw in the sidewall of one of his car’s tires. He believed it was done intentionally, but did not see anyone near the car, which was parked on Division Street. 


A Master Lock brand combination lock at the Maidstone Gun Club on Daniel’s Hole Road was cut off and then glued back sometime overnight on Friday. Kevin S. Unruh of Massapequa Park found the lock glued shut Saturday at about 8:40 a.m. Another member brought bolt cutters to remove it. Police spoke with the last member to leave the clubhouse Friday night who said everything was fine. The members wanted the incident on record.