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On the Police Logs 08.05.21

Thu, 08/05/2021 - 13:24

Amagansett

At 4:30 a.m. Saturday, after a "lengthy interview" with a "highly intoxicated" woman unwelcome on the front porch of a Miankoma Lane house, police managed to determine the address where she was staying, which was on Bluff Road. 

East Hampton

Police responded at 9:15 p.m. Friday to a report of a prowler at a house on Blue Jay Way, who turned out to be the homeowner's daughter, arriving unexpectedly after her car broke down.

East Hampton Village

The manager of an East Hampton restaurant asked a diner early Saturday evening "to put on shoes, because the restaurant had a shoe policy. He refused and proceeded to seat himself," according to the police report. He left before an officer arrived, but filed a separate report, saying that "he was with his 93-year-old mother in a wheelchair when the manager told him that he was not wearing the right footwear for the establishment and had to leave." He told police he "felt slighted and thought the manager was rude and unreasonable in that he has been a 40-year-customer."

A woman and her boyfriend, both in their 20s, were out in the road yelling at each other at 3 a.m. on Saturday, a Baiting Hollow Road resident complained. The pair told police "they had a disagreement over where they would be staying tonight." An officer took them to a house on Lily Pond Lane.

Montauk

A town employee who was about to clean the men's bathroom at Kirk Park Beach on July 27 reported that the door had been kicked in and the jamb damaged.

Sag Harbor

Her roommate's boyfriend has a lot of people coming in and out of their Main Street apartment, a caller told police on the morning of July 26, and when she asked the man to stop selling heroin, he told her, cursing, to "shut up or I'll kill you."

The Suffolk Street landlord and tenant involved in an ongoing dispute re-engaged on July 26 over porta-potties near the tenant's front door, The tenant told police the landlord put used toilet paper in front of the door, saying to the Ring doorbell camera, "Make sure you wash your hands after you pick that up."

The summer's other long-running police headaches include a squatter on Cornell Road, who most recently, on July 27, claimed to be unaware that the house had been sold, and "if she really tried could move out by Aug. 25."

A Madison Street woman has continued picking fights with other tenants, who have an order of protection against her. Last Thursday night, they told police, she was "opening and closing doors and windows, and dropping objects on the floor" to make noise in their apartment below.

A guest of the American Hotel told police on July 28 that it was "racist" of the staff to ask him to remove his hat, which he refused to do. He also refused to leave the hotel, the report said. Officers said they intervened and had the man pay his bill and depart.

Employees of Murf's Backstreet Tavern found "a small sealed bag of cocaine" outside the establishment Sunday morning and turned it over to police.

Schiavoni's Market reported a young man "creating an annoyance" on Sunday afternoon. He was accused of "rapping loudly and holding his computer in his hand."

Le Bilboquet has reported "large drones" flying low over the back deck area every day from July 28 through Monday, taking photos and videos of guests at the Wharf Street spot.

Springs

In search of his ex-girlfriend, a man has been visiting a Sycamore Drive property belonging to another of her boyfriends. Last Thursday, he told the homeowner he wanted to give her "court paperwork." The resident complained to police that the man's visits are unwelcome and that the ex-girlfriend does not live there.


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