Three people were arrested on drunken-driving charges after accidents last week. A 17-year-old Amagansett boy hit several trees, leading to his arrest late on Saturday night, East Hampton Town police said.
Pierson High School will host an educational class to combat drug overdoses in the community next Thursday night. Attendees will be taught how to administer Narcan, which reverses the effects of an opioid overdose, and will go home with a kit with...
A Manorville man was arrested last week after he pulled out a box cutter and threatened his wife in front of their daughter, Sag Harbor Village police said.
A routine stop conducted by the Sag Harbor Village harbormaster led police to discover the village had been swindled out of $12,000 in boat dockage fees, Village Chief Austin J. McGuire said Monday.
James S. Henry reported the yard sign in front of his Morris Cove Lane house was knocked over on consecutive days last week. He called police on Oct. 23 and then again the next day. There was no damage.
"You could see through the building," Fire Chief Ryan Balnis said. "All that was left was three walls."
Police swarmed the BNB Bank in Bridgehampton Thursday afternoon after a report of a possible bomb in a box.
A passer-by called police on Friday afternoon when he saw a man lying in the grass on Pantigo Road near Methodist Lane. Police spoke to the man, who said he was just resting.
A Springs woman was charged Saturday morning with driving while intoxicated after East Hampton Town police reported finding her near her house, “passed out” behind the steering wheel of her 2014 Jeep with the car in drive and her foot on the brake.
With the temperature dropping, fire officials are warning homeowners to have their chimneys cleaned before they light a fire.
East Hampton Village police arrested Deborah Jean Lyons of Brooklyn, 57, Saturday morning on a felony charge of driving under the influence of drugs following an accident. It was her second road-related arrest in two years.
Police responded on Saturday afternoon when two people sitting in front of the post office on Gay Road refused to leave. An officer spoke to a man and a woman, both in their 60s, and they eventually moved along.
An East Hampton native with a ­Fl­or­ida address was arrested Saturday evening on charges he had cocaine ready for sale.