On the Police Logs 07.28.11

John Dunne of Southampton reported that someone took a 2.5-horsepower outboard motor from a sharpie fishing boat at the Lazy Point Road boat ramp on Friday. The boat belongs to the East Hampton Town Shellfish Hatchery, and the motor was estimated to be worth $2,500.
Duke Morell said an artist’s cement frieze was taken from his house on Indian Wells Highway on July 19. He estimated it to be worth $500.
A $375 nonresident East Hampton Town beach sticker was removed from Lara Daniel’s car while it was parked at Atlantic Avenue Beach on June 26.

East Hampton
A Mercury outboard motor, valued at $1,900, was removed from Bernadette McCoy’s dinghy, which was on the beach in front of her house on Northwest Landing Road, either last Thursday or the day before.
Abigail Vogel of Blue Jay Way reported that her Walker Bay dinghy, worth $2,000, was stolen from Northwest Landing Road between July 19 and last Thursday.
Christine Maran told police that jewelry worth $1,225 was taken from a bedroom in her house on Tub Oarsman’s Road sometime between March 3 and July 15.
A Viking barbecue said to be worth $8,500 and a brass house marker, valued at $300, among other items, went missing from Andrew Weinstein’s house on Town Lane sometime between May 9 and May 27.
In New Orleans four charges totaling $172.51 were made to a Suffolk County National Bank card belonging to Judith Bistrian of Accabonac Road between July 18 and the next day.

East Hampton Village
Joanne Patrick of Toilsome Lane spotted a man urinating on Gingerbread Lane near Church Street on July 18.
Police were told of a dead deer on the railroad tracks along Gingerbread Lane last Thursday. Workers from the Village Department of Public Works removed it.
A vandal painted the backs of lifeguard stands at Main Beach and Georgica Beach blue, green, and orange last Thursday, according to Jim Nicoletti, the assistant manager at the Main Beach pavilion.
Catherine Bennett of Georgica Road reported a deer stuck in a nearby fence last Thursday. The deer was freed.
Carol Schnittlich of East Hampton said her car was scratched in the lot at Park Place on Saturday.
Patrick Thomas of Delrey Road told police that a bartender at the Sloppy Tuna kicked him in the face on July 15. The bartender said Mr. Thomas had thrown to the floor a shot glass and a beer bottle, which broke, and that the two did have an argument. He denied hurting Mr. Thomas and said a bouncer removed him from the bar.
Two bottles of Grey Goose Vodka and four Red Bull energy drinks were stolen from Gurney’s Inn on July 15, Fernando Buitrago reported. A man and a woman walked into the outdoor bar there and took the Red Bulls from a locked refrigerator and then entered the main building through an unlocked door and took the vodka from behind the bar in the restaurant, Mr. Buitrago said.
A Coleman cooler stocked with beer, ice, and soda was taken from a truck belonging to Brian Milanesi of Port Jefferson on July 16. The truck was parked on South Emerson Avenue.
Michael McManus of Mamaroneck told police a surfboard was taken from the top of his car while it was parked on North Shore Road on July 17. The board had “For Mike” written on it.
A white beach cruiser bicycle with a basket on it was stolen from the Surf Lodge on July 16, Jessica Thornhill reported. The bike belonged to the hotel and was for the use of guests.
An exotic dwarf pine, valued at $200, was damaged at Evelyne Bize’s house on Maple Street on July 20. Ms. Bize said she heard a crack and saw two men, whom she regularly sees loitering near her property, walking away from the tree. Police questioned them, and one man offered to pay for the tree. They both agreed to stay away from Ms. Bize’s house.
A navy blue laptop worth $380 was taken from Iseult Ward of West Lake Drive on June 27. She was at the Tipperary Inn at the time.
Peter Joyce of Falls Street said a weed whacker, which he estimated to be worth $250, was taken from the back of his pickup truck on July 20. The truck was parked on Cleveland Drive.
When Deborah Bannworth of Atlanta went to pay for a cab ride to the Star Island Yacht Club on Friday, she realized that her wallet had been stolen. In it were credit cards and $2,688 in cash.

A yellow bicycle said to be worth $400 was taken from the side of Kaz Janota’s garage on Squaw Road.
Brooke Follenius of Glade Road reported that from July 16 to July 18 someone accessed her Suffolk County National Bank account without the card. The person made 11 purchases of food in Georgia and Maryland that totaled $1,289.89.
A fraudulent charge of $1,752.91 was made on a Capital One card belonging to Daisy Dohanos of Neck Path between July 19 and last Thursday. The purchase was made at a Wal-Mart in North Bergen, N.J. A second one was attempted in Maryland.

An iPhone valued at $600 and $200 in cash were stolen from a handbag belonging to Suzanne Porta of Westbury while she was at Georgica restaurant on July 4.