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On the Police Logs 03.26.20

Wed, 03/25/2020 - 19:38

East Hampton

A woman stole a box of gloves from the East Hampton Urgent Care Center on March 15, according to a nurse who works there. He said he left the woman — who had come in wearing gloves and asked for another pair, which he gave her — alone in a room, and when he came back she was near the disposable gloves caddy. After she left, he was cleaning the room when he noticed that the whole box was gone. He contacted the woman, who denied the allegations and became agitated, saying she was going to make sure he never worked again. The woman kept calling the office, so the staff decided to file a report. The staff has placed all protective equipment in a locked closet.

East Hampton Village

A woman walking on Georgica Beach on St. Patrick's Day came upon a seal by the first jetty and called police out of concern. She said she was worried with so many large trucks depositing sand driving and back and forth that the seal would be hurt. An officer spoke to the truck drivers and asked that they watch out for the seal.

Sagaponack

A homeowner on Hildreth Lane called police when the alarm in her house activated on Sunday at about 4 a.m. Police found the front door ajar, but no other signs of a break-in.


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