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Homicide Detectives Investigating Death in Springs

Sun, 02/06/2022 - 17:19
Durell Godfrey

East Hampton Town police and detectives from the Suffolk County police homicide squad are investigating the death of an Amagansett man at a house in Springs after an altercation there on Saturday night.

At about 10:40 p.m. police were called to 11 Lincoln Avenue about an altercation between Marc Dern, 35, and Kevin Somers, 45. Mr. Dern lives at the house and was not injured, but Mr. Somers of Amagansett was taken to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, "where he was pronounced dead," according to police.  

The Suffolk County Medical Examiner's office will perform an autopsy, police said. 

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