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SAG HARBOR — Patrick G. Ficorilli, 26, and Erik E. Thompson, 39, both of Sag Harbor, were arrested by Sag Harbor Village Police on August 29 and 30, respectively, and charged with grand larceny in the fourth degree, a felony. According to police, the men took a Velowave e-bike, valued at $1,599, from a sidewalk on Henry Street on August 28.
SAG HARBOR — A 2012 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck was damaged by another vehicle on August 30 between 2:15 and 4:15 p.m. The owner of the truck told police he parked it on Main Street and went inside a store and when he returned found it had been damaged by an unknown driver who left the scene. Police did not have details about the extent of the damage. A second case of leaving the scene of an accident was reported to Village Police on August 31. A witness called police around 4:40 p.m. to report seeing the driver of a 2012 Jeep Wrangler attempting to parallel park on Long Wharf and then strike a 2015 Ford before leaving the scene. Police said the Ford had minor damage in the form of a scuff mark. On September 3, a 2019 red Chevy Camaro was hit by a woman driving an SUV on Bay Street, according to a report filed with Village Police. The accident occurred while one vehicle was attempting to park, while the other was pulling out of a parking space.
SAG HARBOR — The owner of a gas station in Sag Harbor called Village Police after a former employee came to the station and began banging on a window, demanding receipts from a previous job “or else,” according to a police report filed on September 1. The owner asked police to document the situation.
SAG HARBOR — Police were called on September 1 around 3 p.m. by traffic control officers reporting a fire in the back of a vehicle that was driving down Main Street. Police said when they arrived the fire had been mostly extinguished by a fire extinguisher, but that fire department officials and the fire marshal came to Main Street to ensure the blaze was completely out. The driver said he was unsure what could have caused the fire but that the car had been in an autobody shop recently. He told police he got out of the car quickly and was not injured.
SAG HARBOR — Fresh graffiti, in permanent black marker or spray paint, was found by police under the Lance Corporal Haerter Veterans Memorial Bridge on September 1 around 5:30 p.m. Village Police said the graffiti included offensive writings and a drawing.
SAG HARBOR — On September 2, around 12:45 p.m., the manager of a Main Street restaurant called police and asked to file a notice of trespass against a man known as “Christopher,” who she said had been causing a disturbance at the eatery. Police said the notice of trespass was filed and that they unsuccessfully tried to let the man know he was not welcome to return.
SAG HARBOR — A 36-by-24-inch store sign was taken from a business on Long Wharf, according to a report filed with Village Police on September 3. The business owner said the theft occurred overnight.
SAG HARBOR — A woman carrying a black tote bag took a short sleeve body suit, valued at $58, and a brown and black jumpsuit, valued at $168, from a Main Street store, after bringing both items into a dressing room, according to a report filed with Village Police on September 3.
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