WESTHAMPTON BEACH — A Main Street shopkeeper contacted Westhampton Beach Village Police on July 28, reporting that somebody stole his 2008 Honda Odyssey. It had been parked in the rear parking lot behind a nail salon, with the keys left inside, at 10 a.m. A short while later, police found the car parked on Beach Lane, unoccupied. SAG HARBOR — A verbal altercation turned physical on a yacht docked off West Water Street in Sag Harbor, prompting one employee to contact Village Police on July 28. According to the police report, a woman got into an altercation with a new ... 11 Aug 2020 by Staff Writer
SAG HARBOR —Ruth M. Loja-Villa, 23, of Sag Harbor, was arrested by Village Police on July 22 and charged with endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor, after police said her 4-year-old was found running on the side of the road on Hampton Street. Police said they responded to her home, where the door was found ajar and the house empty. The mother returned to the house and said she had left the child alone while working in Noyac. She was charged and released on an appearance ticket. SAG HARBOR — A woman walked into Village Police headquarters on ... 3 Aug 2020 by Staff Writer
EAST HAMPTON VILLAGE — A 55-year-old masseuse was arrested by East Hampton Village Police on Sunday, July 19, after two victims said he had forcibly touched them. According to police, Albin Polkowski, 55, a masseuse at Spa27 in East Hampton, has been charged with two counts of forcible touching, both misdemeanors, and one count of felony unauthorized practice of profession, in violation of state education law. He was held in custody and arraigned by East Hampton Town Justice Lisa Rana on Tuesday morning and released on $5,000 bail to appear at a later date. EAST HAMPTON — Marlon A. Rodriguez-Camacho, ... 24 Jul 2020 by Staff Writer
FLANDERS — An employee at a Flanders Road establishment contacted Southampton Town Police at midnight on July 7 reporting that a man took two bottles of Old English 800, then fled the store on foot. RIVERSIDE — A dispute over an order at McDonald’s led to the arrest of Wilfredo Vazquez, 26, of Riverhead, on July 7 at around 2:30 a.m. Southampton Town Police were called to the scene and, according to the report, as the officer was diffusing the situation, a group arrived and another brouhaha erupted. It became physical, and, police said Mr. Vazquez went to his car ... 17 Jul 2020 by Staff Writer
SAG HARBOR — While on patrol on June 28 around 12:48 p.m., HarborMaster Bob Bori observed a disabled vehicle in Sag Harbor Bay off Sag Harbor Hills. The outboard motor was broken. The HarborMaster was able to tow the boat to the village ramp on Bay Street. SAG HARBOR — A loud argument on Middle Line Highway prompted a resident to call Village Police on June 30 around 12:24 a.m. Police made contact with the individuals who were having a disagreement over a text message. A young woman agreed to return to her home via her car and police escorted ... 10 Jul 2020 by Staff Writer
WESTHAMPTON BEACH — Beverly Deperstein, 46, of the Bronx was arrested by Westhampton Beach Village Police at 2 p.m. on June 25 on Main Street and charged with fourth degree criminal possession of stolen property, a felony, and misdemeanor false personation, after she was fond sleeping in an SUV that was reported stolen by its owner that morning. According to police, a village resident called police that morning, reporting that he’d parked his 2014 Ford Edge in the lot at 180 Main Street the previous afternoon, but when he went to retrieve it at 7:30 the next morning it was ... 2 Jul 2020 by Staff Writer
QUOGUE — Quogue Village Police arrested Elliot Albert, 28, of New York City, on Saturday morning, June 20, on Dune Road and charged him with a misdemeanor count of seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Police said they were called to the Dune Road home, alerted to a suspicious person on the home’s deck. There they found Mr. Albert in what they described as an inebriated state. During the course of the interview, police said, Mr. Albert reached into his pocket for his cellphone, and a small bag containing a substance believed to be cocaine fell out. The ... by Staff Writer
WESTHAMPTON BEACH — A Westhampton Beach Village Police officer on patrol on June 15 reported finding graffiti at two locations, the old Metro Station on Montauk Highway and at 43 Main Street. The message in both cases read the same: “Mourn. RIP George Floyd.” SAG HARBOR — On June 8, between 4 and 4:30 p.m., the driver of a Subaru made an illegal U-Turn on Bay Street, striking a 2015 Mitsubishi before leaving the scene. A witness left a note on the driver’s front windshield and was able to help police locate the driver in question. SAG HARBOR — One ... 18 Jun 2020 by Staff Writer
SAG HARBOR — A black Jeep, driven by two young men, crashed into another vehicle parked on Main Street and left after the accident, according to a report filed with Sag Harbor Village Police on June 1. The Jeep struck the rear, driver’s side of the other car before leaving the area around 4 p.m. Police canvassed the area but were unable to locate the Jeep. SAG HARBOR — A Garden Street resident called police around 9:42 p.m. on June 1 to report an intoxicated man kept knocking on his door. Police responded to the house and interviewed the individual, ... 11 Jun 2020 by Staff Writer
QUOGUE — Issac Santos, 20, of New York City turned himself in to Quogue Village Police on May 29, taking responsibility for an event that occurred four days earlier. On May 24 at 12:30 a.m., police said, Mr. Santos was pulled over on Jessup Avenue for making an unlawful U-turn. He stopped, but then fled the scene, crashing into a tree a short distance away, then jumping from the car. A search took place, but was fruitless, according to police. Still, police were able to identify Mr. Santos from items left behind in the car. He was charged with misdemeanor ... 4 Jun 2020 by Staff Writer
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