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Sag Harbor Village Police Reports for the Week of September 22

SAG HARBOR — Police were called about a boat fire in Sag Harbor Bay on September 11 at around 11:50 a.m. According to Village Police, the HarborMaster, with Southampton Town Marine Units in tow, located a 17-foot Boston Whaler on fire at Cedar Point Lighthouse. Fireboats were requested from Sag Harbor and East Hampton, with Shelter Island Marine Patrol also responding to extinguish the blaze.

SAG HARBOR — The manager of a Bay Street marina called Village Police on September 12 at 6:45 p.m. to report seeing people drinking on marina property, without permission. The manager told police this is the second time he has seen the group on private property. Police found them and told them they had to leave and not to return.

SAG HARBOR — Police were called to a Main Street restaurant on September 12 to reports of a man passed out at a table around 10 p.m. Village Police said they found the man conscious and breathing and that his wife told them he had passed out previously due to dehydration. Police said they administered oxygen to the man, who was then brought to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital for medical attention.

SAG HARBOR — A 2022 Ford Escape, registered to a Georgia address, was damaged when an unknown vehicle hit it while parked on High Street between 7:25 and 7:45 a.m. on September 13. According to a police report, the other vehicle left the scene of the accident without reporting it. Police did not say where the Ford Escape was damaged. On September 14, between 8:15 a.m. and 4 p.m., a 2022 Toyota Suburban was struck, causing damage to the driver’s side door, by an unknown vehicle, while parked in the parking lot behind Sag Harbor Elementary School.

SAG HARBOR — An East Hampton woman was badly injured after tripping on an elevated section of sidewalk at the intersection of Madison and Main Streets and being impaled after falling on the wrought iron fence surrounding the Civil War Monument on September 16, around 11:30 a.m. A good Samaritan called Village Police after finding the woman bleeding on the sidewalk — also applying pressure to the wound on her neck. The woman was transported to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital for treatment for her injuries and is expected to recover.

SAG HARBOR — A West Water Street hotel manager contacted Village Police on September 16 to report that a customer owed the hotel $800 after a credit card used to check-in initially was declined. The manager asked police to document the situation.

SAG HARBOR — On September 16, at 6:55 p.m., Village Police were called to Columbia Street to reports of pool water being discharged into the street. Police said they found the residence, with a large drainage hose connected to the pool and flowing water into the roadway, causing flooding in the street. Police unplugged the pump.

SAG HARBOR — Two “Zeldin for Governor” signs were reported stolen this week. On September 18, a Havens Lane resident reported to police his sign was missing. On September 19, another sign was reported stolen from the front yard of a Brick Kiln Road residence.

SAG HARBOR — The manager of a deli on Main Street called Village Police on September 18 at 10 a.m. to report an elderly woman was arguing with other patrons while waiting in line, yelling profanities at people for no reason. Police said that when they arrived she had already left.

SAG HARBOR — Two women got into a fight on Long Wharf on September 18 around 3 p.m. prompting a call to Village Police. The argument started when one woman threw the other woman’s phone into the water. A man in their group broke the fight up, but the Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps was called to treat a bloody nose. Police said the woman refused medical attention and neither wanted to press charges.