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Police & Courts

UPDATE: Downed Utility on Route 114 Is Cleared

Route 114 near Whooping Hollow Road in East Hampton was closed because of a downed utility pole that fell Thursday morning. There were no injuries, according to East Hampton Town police, and PSEG was working to repair the damage. 

Dec 17, 2020
Twice in One Day

Manuel Tenen-guanga of Southampton, 30, was arrested twice last Thursday.

Dec 17, 2020
On the Police Logs

"Lewd acts" were reported taking place in the back of a dark sedan behind the Division Street hardware store on the evening of Dec. 9, but the car was gone when an officer arrived to investigate.

Dec 17, 2020
'Officer Kim' Hangs Up Her Badge

After 31 years with the East Hampton Town Police Department, 26 of them leading the DARE program in schools, Officer Kim Notel's retirement on Tuesday was the start of a new era, not just for her but for everyone who knew "Officer Kim" in the classrooms and on the roads.

Dec 17, 2020
Kotz, Grimes Win Fire District Races

Elizabeth Whelan Kotz, who on Tuesday became the first woman to be elected a commissioner in the Bridgehampton Fire District, said she hopes she is "the first of many to come."

Dec 9, 2020
On the Police Logs 12.10.20

Police are blaming shotgun rounds for broken back windows at a Shore Road residence on Friday afternoon. The homeowner noted increased hunting and clay pigeon shooting in the area. Damage was estimated at $4,500.

Dec 9, 2020
Unlicensed on the Roads

Two drivers in East Hampton and one in Sag Harbor were charged last week with aggravated unlicensed driving after police stopped them for alleged traffic infractions.

Dec 9, 2020
One D.W.I. Arrest in East Hampton

A single motorist was charged with drunken driving in East Hampton Town last week.

Dec 9, 2020
Deer in the Headlights

Deer in the headlights caused a few collisions last week, but no drivers were hurt.

Dec 9, 2020
State Liquor Authority Busts Best Pizza

Best Pizza and Dive Bar on Napeague is among the latest round of 36 restaurants in New York State that have had their liquor licenses suspended for alleged violations of public health laws instituted under Covid-19.

Dec 8, 2020
Streep Attorney Files Motion to Dismiss in Peralta Case

Charles Streep’s attorney, Randy Mastro, the personal attorney to Rudy Giuliani, filed a motion to dismiss David Peralta’s lawsuit minutes before midnight on Wednesday.

Dec 4, 2020
On the Police Logs

Homeowners on the Circle reported on the morning of Nov. 25 that a "bunch of kids" had stolen a $40 white pumpkin from their porch.

Dec 2, 2020