Nikia Mabry of Springs-Fireplace Road in East Hampton was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny at 11:35 a.m. on April 14.
East Hampton Town police said she had entered a garage bay at Oscar’s Rock and Dirt on Hildreth Place in East Hampton and removed a 2009 Yamaha PW80 209 dirt bike valued at over $1,000.
She was arraigned the next morning in East Hampton Town Justice Court and released on her own recognizance with an appearance ticket for May 7.
Sag Harbor Arrest
In Sag Harbor, a father and son, Harry Javer, 57, and Jack Javer, 22, of West Water Street, were arrested on Saturday following an incident.
Sag Harbor Village police, responding to a call from the house, found Jack Javer’s mother locked in her bedroom. The young man stated that he had become angry with her, police said, “when she would not let him go to Chicago,” and punched the bedroom door, damaging it and causing picture frames to fall from the wall.
Harry Javer, according to the police report, grabbed his wife by the neck, applied pressure, and stated, cursing, “I’m going to . . . kill you.” He was charged with criminal obstruction of justice and harassment; his son faces a charge of criminal mischief.
Father and son were arraigned over video conference by East Hampton Town Justice Lisa R. Rana, who also holds court in Sag Harbor. They were released on their own recognizance and will be back in court at a future date.