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SAG HARBOR — On May 23 at around 1:30 a.m. Village Police were called to a Union Street residence to reports of someone sleeping on a porch. Police spoke to the man who said he had no money to get home to Hampton Bays. They offered to drive him to the train station in Bridgehampton and get him on the next train, but he declined the help, police said.
SAG HARBOR — This week, there were several reports of accidents where one vehicle left the scene. On May 23, a woman reported her 2022 BMW SUV was hit while parked on Hampton Street between the late afternoon on May 22 and the following morning. According to police, from the damage, it appeared another vehicle sideswiped the BMW before leaving the scene. On May 26 at around 8 p.m. the driver of a Tesla hit another vehicle on Long Wharf while trying to parallel park and drove away, although police said the driver told them when he returned shortly after that he was just parking the Tesla and had no intentions of not reporting the accident. On May 28, a Toyota pickup truck was struck while parked in a Long Island Avenue parking lot between 8:30 and 9 a.m. The other vehicle left the scene, police said. On May 28, a 2019 Jeep Cherokee was hit by an unknown vehicle while parked on Main Street around 5:30 p.m.
SAG HARBOR — An unruly patron was asked to leave a Main Street restaurant on May 23 at around 10:40 p.m., according to a report filed with Sag Harbor Village Police, who said the woman agreed to leave when police arrived.
SAG HARBOR — A Madison Street resident called Village Police on May 23 at around 11:10 p.m. to report seeing lights in her backyard. According to police, it was headlights from a neighbor’s car.
SAG HARBOR — Dirt bikes were reported in the neighborhood of Suffolk Street Extension on May 24 at around 7:20 a.m., according to a report filed with Village Police, who said the bikes were gone when they arrived.
SAG HARBOR — An unruly patron was asked to leave a Main Street restaurant on May 25 just after midnight. According to the police report, he said, “I don’t know why you are giving me such a hard time. It is not illegal to be drunk and high.” Police said they escorted him out and to his home in North Haven.
SAG HARBOR — A Redwood Road man called Village Police on May 25 at around 11 a.m. to report his ex-wife was at his home and he would like her to leave. Police said the man filed a notice of trespass, meaning if she returns, she can be arrested.
SAG HARBOR — Twelve baby turkeys were saved from a storm drain on Walker Avenue by Village Police Officer Michael Labrozzi and Sergeant Randy Steyert on May 26, around 3:10 p.m. A woman called police after seeing the poults and police ensured they were safely reunited with their mother.
SAG HARBOR — Village Police approached a vehicle parked in a handicap parking space without a sticker on May 26 in a Hampton Street parking lot and found two men drinking beer in the backseat. They were charged with having an open container, a violation.
SAG HARBOR — A Milton Avenue resident called Village Police around 8 a.m. on May 27 to report someone had started construction before 9 a.m., which is a village code violation. The man leading the construction effort said he was unaware the hours were different on Saturdays and agreed to wait the extra hour.
SAG HARBOR — A 24-year-old man was arrested for disorderly conduct, a violation, on May 28 at around 12:10 a.m., after police said they found him urinating in the Village Police headquarters parking lot on Hampton Street.
SAG HARBOR — A Main Street resident reported to Village Police on May 28 that someone in East Setauket tried to use his American Express credit card for purchases. American Express flagged the charge and no money was lost but the man said he needed to document the situation.
SAG HARBOR — A set of bowls, valued at $477, was taken from a Main Street store on May 28 at around 1:40 p.m., according to a report filed with Village Police. Police said they have the woman’s picture and an investigation is ongoing.
SAG HARBOR — Sweetleaf sunglasses, valued at $89, were taken from a Main Street boutique on May 28 at around 2:20 p.m. Police said the investigation is ongoing and they have several photographs of the woman alleged to have committed the theft.
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