Sag Harbor Village Police Reports for the Week of November 24 - 27 East

Sag Harbor Village Police Reports for the Week of November 24

authorStaff Writer on Nov 24, 2022
SAG HARBOR — On November 15 around 7:30 p.m. a Madison Street resident called Village Police to report there was a car parked in front of his residence and it... more

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SAG HARBOR — On November 8, around 1:20 p.m., a man called Village Police after being accused of hitting a mailbox at a Main Street residence with his box truck. According to police, the man said he did not hit the mailbox, which was damaged but upright. Later, the homeowner called police with video evidence it was the box truck driver who hit the mailbox. After talking to police, the driver said he would make arrangements to fix it. SAG HARBOR — A large GMC truck struck the rear passenger side of a vehicle pulling out of a driveway on ... 16 Nov 2022 by Staff Writer

Sag Harbor Village Police Reports for the Week of November 3

SAG HARBOR — Village Police were called to three locations this week to reports of the same woman refusing to leave the grounds despite not having a room to stay in. On October 25, police were called to two West Water Street businesses with police reporting management said the woman had been frequenting the lobbies of their establishments and staying, despite the lack of available rooms. In the first case, police spoke to the woman and told her she was not to return to the hotel, and she agreed. In the second case, she had already left the inn, and ... 4 Nov 2022 by Staff Writer

Sag Harbor Village Police Reports for the Week of October 27

SAG HARBOR — A Main Street gallery owner contacted Village Police on October 17 to report she believes a now former employee falsified business records this August and that two pieces of art are missing from the gallery. According to the police report, the gallery owner told police that the employee had been acting strangely and was having clients wire money to her personal account for sales and was then wiring the funds to the gallery’s account. The gallery owner contacted a recent client and discovered they were invoiced for $25,000 for a painting, when the price was $20,000 and ... 26 Oct 2022 by Staff Writer

Sag Harbor Village Police Reports for the Week of October 20

SAG HARBOR — On October 14, around 6:48 p.m., a woman reported to Village Police that people were driving dirt bikes and ATVs south on Division Street. Police searched the area but were unable to locate the drivers, they said. SAG HARBOR — A Hypalon dinghy with a Suzuki motor valued at $5,000 was reported stolen on October 15. According to Village Police, the owner said the dinghy had been tied to a boat that broke from its mooring and floated to the west side of the channel on October 4 and on October 5, he discovered the dinghy was ... 19 Oct 2022 by Staff Writer

Sag Harbor Village Police Reports for the Week of October 13

SAG HARBOR — With the bands of Tropical Storm Ian whipping the East End last Monday through Wednesday, Sag Harbor Village Police and HarborMaster Bob Bori had their hands full with several vessels breaking off from their moorings during the storm. On October 3, around 9:15 a.m., a Bay Street business manager contacted police to report finding a sailboat had broken loose from its mooring and was resting on the Breakwater. Bori was able to contact the vessel’s owner, who said his insurance company was sending a salvage company to gather the sailboat. As weather worsened, on October 4, around ... 13 Oct 2022 by Staff Writer

Sag Harbor Village Police Reports for the Week of October 6

SAG HARBOR — A 1985 Alfa Romeo was damaged in a hit-and-run accident on Bay Street on September 26, according to a police report filed that day. Village Police did not have details about how badly damaged the car was. SAG HARBOR — A residential burglary was reported to Village Police on September 27. The burglary happened at a home on Bay Street. Police declined to discuss the case, citing an ongoing investigation. SAG HARBOR — On September 30, Village Police were called to a parking lot behind Main Street to reports of a verbal dispute. According to the police ... 6 Oct 2022 by Staff Writer

Sag Harbor Village Police Reports for the Week of September 29

SAG HARBOR — Village Police were alerted to water being drained from a swimming pool on Palmer Terrace around 9:30 p.m. on September 23. Police said they spoke to a resident who told them she did not realize it was against village code to do that. She agreed to stop draining the pool. SAG HARBOR — A resident of Richards Avenue called Village Police on September 24 around 1 p.m. to complain about loud music in the area. Police advised her it was because of a permitted music festival at Havens Beach and to expect music to be playing much ... 29 Sep 2022 by Staff Writer

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 ... 22 Sep 2022 by Staff Writer

Sag Harbor Village Police Reports for the Week of September 15

SAG HARBOR — Police were called to Meredith Avenue on September 10 around 8:30 a.m. to reports of construction happening before 9 a.m., which is the earliest construction can happen on a weekend per the village code. Police said they spoke to a contractor who believed he was able to start work at 8 a.m. but agreed to stop work until 9 a.m. SAG HARBOR — A man found a silver vessel with what looked like cremation remains on John Street while walking on September 10 around 3:30 p.m. According to police, they discovered a metal dog tag identifying the ... 15 Sep 2022 by Staff Writer

Sag Harbor Village Police Reports For The Week Of September 8

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 ... 8 Sep 2022 by Staff Writer