Author Information

Articles by this author:

  • A Springs man is facing possible deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement after being arrested by East Hampton Town police for the second time in less than a year on charges stemming from alleged drunken driving.
  • A Montauk man is facing a felony charge of criminal mischief after damaging a 2016 Mercedes-Benz S.U.V. around midnight Saturday, outside Liar’s Saloon on West Lake Drive in Montauk, East Hampton Town police said.
  • Unlocked cars were rifled through, with money and other items reported stolen over a two-night period beginning on Feb. 11 in Amagansett and concluding the following night in Springs. According to East Hampton Town police, two vehicles parked outside Amagansett residences were entered but many more in Springs. Matias Koch reported a Microsoft Surface 3 Laptop computer stolen from an unlocked 2005 Toyota Tacoma parked outside his Waters Edge house in the Albert’s Landing neighborhood. He valued it at $500. Two cars, a 2017 Subaru and a 2017 Ford pickup, which were parked outside a Windward Road residence, were entered between 11 p.m. on Feb. 11 and 7 a.m. the following morning, William Boscarino told police. The loss, however, was only about $5 in loose change. In Springs the following night, Harrison Avenue was targeted. A 2012 Volvo owned by MaryEli Sarmiento and a 2017 Nissan belonging to Olga Cardona had been rummaged through with nothing taken. But Dakota Craine of Harrison A
  • A Springs man was charged on Tuesday with driving under the influence of drugs after allegedly crashing a 2008 Ford pickup truck into a utility pole. He had been arrested the night before for driving without a license.
  • The question of whether or not the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department will honor requests from United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement to hold prisoners for 48 hours after their scheduled release — to allow ICE agents the time to take them into custody — will likely be answered in the coming days.
  • The grand jury indictment of Bryan Siranaula, a senior at East Hampton High School, on multiple felony charges of rape and sexual abuse was unsealed in the courtroom of New York Supreme Court Justice Barbara Kahn on Wednesday in Riverside. His attorney, Daniel Rodgers, entered a not-guilty plea on the four felony charges.
  • Who is actually the rightful owner of a small portrait of a young Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis is being disputed. A new lawsuit claims the painting was stolen from the Beales' Grey Gardens in the 1970s.
  • A vehicle fire that East Hampton Town police are calling suspicious destroyed the cab of a 2007 Ford 550 dump truck parked at a house on Neck Path in Springs late Wednesday morning.
  • A 24-year-old Springs man who was recently released from jail was back in custody this week after being arrested by East Hampton Town police last Thursday night on multiple charges, including assault as a misdemeanor and a felony count of criminal mischief.
  • A woman who racked up 53 parking tickets in the Village of East Hampton, mostly between May and August of 2017, totaling $9,170, had her day in court on Jan. 29.

Blogs by this author: