Police Reports For Week Of January 13 - 27 East

Police Reports For Week Of January 13

authorStaff Writer on Jan 14, 2022
QUOGUE VILLAGE — Shawn Schmidt, 49, of Islip Terrace, was heading east on Montauk Highway just before 11 p.m. on Monday, January 10, when, Quogue Village Police say, his car... more

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