Southampton Police Reports for the Week of April 18 - 27 East

Southampton Police Reports for the Week of April 18

authorStaff Writer on Apr 17, 2024
SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE — A Southampton Village Police officer on patrol saw a large amount of shattered glass in the roadway at Southampton High School on Narrow Lane on April 8... more

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