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East Hampton Police Reports For The Week Of May 12

AMAGANSETT — East Hampton Town Police arrested Mark W. Wilson, 62, on May 2 and charged him with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, a misdemeanor, and harassment in the second degree, a violation, after a woman reported to police that Wilson had shoved her to the ground on Main Street, kneeled on her head, choked her and covered her nose and mouth with his hand. After being arranged by Justice Steven Tekulsky, Wilson was released on his own recognizance.

EAST HAMPTON — A Southampton man was arrested by East Hampton Town Police on May 2 and charged with harassment in the second degree with physical contact, a violation, after a woman reported that he grabbed her wrist and twisted it, causing her pain.

SPRINGS — The family of an Accabonack Road woman reported to East Hampton Town Police on May 6 that an unknown person has charged more than $3,800 worth of Optimum cable and internet bills to the woman’s credit card. Police entered the fraud complaint and advised the woman’s family to contact credit reporting companies and inform them of the compromised credit card.

EAST HAMPTON VILLAGE — Two East Hampton Village residents reported to Village Police that their town dump stickers had been stolen off their cars last week. Both of the stickers stolen belonged to Gingerbread Lane residents.