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SAG HARBOR â€” The owner of a boat docked on Long Wharf contacted Village Police on September 12, around 10:30 p.m., to report that three females had entered his boat and were taking pictures on the deck without his permission. The man told police he was watching television in the lower cabin when he heard loud talking and laughing. Police spoke to the women who told them they had made a mistake by getting on the boat without permission. After the owner denied pressing charges, they were advised to stay off his boat â€” or any other boats they did not own.
SAG HARBOR â€” Sometime between September 5 and 13, a 2013 Porsche was damaged in an accident while parked on Hillside Drive West. The accident involved an unknown driver who left the scene, according to a report filed with Village Police.
SAG HARBOR â€” A grandfather was walking a child across a crosswalk on Atlantic Avenue around 3:20 p.m. on September 13, when he told his son a pickup truck almost hit them both. The grandfather yelled at the operator of the truck for nearly causing the collision, when he told his son that the driver yelled back a threatening statement, upsetting the child. The father told police the same pickup truck was later seen driving in front of his fatherâ€™s home. He did not want to press charges but wanted the incident documented.
SAG HARBOR â€” A Forest Street resident called Village Police on September 13, around 8:22 p.m., to report landscaping happening, after hours, nearby. Police found a nearby resident using an aerating machine and when he was advised about the village code prohibiting landscaping at that time, he stopped, they said.
SAG HARBOR â€” Lourdes M. Castro Rojas, 39, of Sag Harbor, was arrested by Village Police on September 14 and charged with endangering the welfare of a child and menacing in the second degree, both misdemeanors, as well as harassment in the second degree, a violation. According to police, they received reports of a woman screaming on Harbor Avenue and discovered a physical incident had occurred with another adult while children were present. She was taken to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital before being held for arraignment the following day.
SAG HARBOR â€” An ongoing issue with a tenant prompted a new homeowner of a Cornell Road house to call police on September 14, around 12:40 p.m. According to the police report, the tenant â€” who the new owner said is squatting in the residence â€” refused to let survey work be performed on the property. When police arrived, she said she would allow it.
SAG HARBOR â€” An abandoned Shamrock boat and trailer were removed from Fordham Road and towed to the village impound yard on Thursday, September 16, after police were unable to track down the owner.
SAG HARBOR â€” A Sag Harbor resident walked into police headquarters on Thursday, September 16, around 11:14 a.m., to report receiving a series of graphic text messages from an unknown phone number. Police searched the number and discovered it was computer based. She was advised to block the phone number.
SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE â€” On September 13, a complainant informed Southampton Village Police that someone tried to open a Spectrum account using her cellphone number. She contacted police to document the attempted identity theft.
SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE â€” A woman called Southampton Village Police on September 13 after a man entered her Jobs Lane establishment and spoke with her, then returned two hours later and asked for her number. Rather than offer up her digits, she took his number, then called police after he left. He was looking at her â€śin a strange way,â€ť she told them.
SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE â€” A Warren Street resident contacted Southampton Village Police on September 14 after receiving a suspicious phone call accusing him of making a â€śgestureâ€ť as he drove past a location two days prior. He hadnâ€™t driven near the place and wanted to document the threatening call.
SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE â€” A Southampton Village Police officer on foot patrol on September 14 reported being accosted by a man walking a bicycle on Main Street. At first the interaction was cordial, but when the officer refused to give the man $15, he became agitated. Pointing at a man on the street, he said, â€śI hate that cracker. If you donâ€™t kill him now, I will.â€ť Continuing to scream at the officer, according to the police blotter, he yelled about â€śhow much he hates police, and that people like him kill police.â€ť He gave his name as Satan and told the officer he was sent to Southampton â€śto kill,â€ť then rode off on his bicycle.
SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE â€” A victim of theft contacted Southampton Village Police on September 15 reporting that two credit cards had been stolen out of her unlocked vehicle while it was parked in her Herrick Road driveway. She was contacted by the credit card companies who reported the cards were used that morning, at the Home Depot in Jericho. Altogether, charges totaled $911.90.
SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE â€” Southampton Village Police were called on September 15, alerted to youths starting a fire in the parking lot behind the movie theater on Hill Street. Confronted by police, they said they wanted to take â€śa cool social media photoâ€ť and used red pepper flakes and isopropyl alcohol to start the fire. The fire department put the fire out and the youngstersâ€™ parents were called.
SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE â€” On September 18, a woman visited Southampton Village Police headquarters reporting she had lost a $42,000 Harry Winston watch with a white plastic band and diamonds in the center in the CVS parking lot. Sheâ€™s offering a $5,000 reward.
SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE â€” Southampton Village Police were contacted by a Main Street shopkeeper who reported the theft of a $7,200 Skargaarden three-seater sofa with gray wood and tan fabric that had been on display outside. The theft was discovered on September 19; the furniture was last seen the previous day at closing time.
SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE â€” A jewelry seller told Southampton Village Police on September 19 that during the Hampton Vintage Fair two pieces were stolen from her table. The first item was a heart-shaped diamond Tiffany locket necklace worth approximately $2,100 and the second item was a circle love pendant signed by Augis worth approximately $3,500.
SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE â€” Taylor Marie Vaughn, 26, of Sag Harbor was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree, a misdemeanor. On September 16 after a traffic stop for speeding on North Sea Road, Southampton Village Police said she was in possession of heroin.
HAMPTON BAYS â€” A man called Southampton Town Police on September 19, telling them his wife went to Rite Aid and parked the car, unlocked, with his wallet inside. She was in the store for just 16 minutes, but that was long enough for someone to abscond with the billfold and the $2,000 and three bank cards that were within. The victim reported that the wallet was found a block or so away, absent all of value.
HAMPTON BAYS â€” A Shore Road resident contacted Southampton Town Police on September 17 after he got a suspicious phone call. The caller said he was from Publishers Clearing House and the man had won $1.5 million and a Mercedes-Benz. Suspecting a scam, the local man hung up and called the police.
SHINNECOCK HILLS â€” Southampton Town Police reported the arrest, on a count of misdemeanor criminal mischief, of Gregory Stanton, 42, of Bay Shore. Heâ€™s accused of punching a hole in a victimâ€™s front car window during a road rage incident on September 14.
HAMPTON BAYS â€” An Oakhurst Road tenant told Southampton Town Police on September 15 that her boyfriendâ€™s money was missing from the room they rent.
FLANDERS â€” Wilfrin Pazoscruz, 30, of Riverhead was arrested on a misdemeanor count of criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree as well as resisting arrest on September 15. According to Southampton Town Police, he resisted arrest following a traffic stop on Bell Avenue during which police saw a baggie containing a white powdery substance on the driverâ€™s side floor. The substance appeared to be cocaine.
TUCKAHOE â€” On September 16 Southampton Town Police deployed to a County Road 39 gas station in response to a complaint of a dispute between a customer and a clerk. The clerk refused to give the customer cigarettes and, according to the police report, Manador Hughes, 51, of Winston Salem, North Carolina, spat on the Plexiglas divider and threatened to kill her while grabbing for something in his bag. He left the scene, but police found him in Southampton Village and charged him with misdemeanor menacing in the third degree.
RIVERSIDE â€” Southampton Town Police are investigating a raft of cases of making graffiti in Riverside and Flanders discovered on September 16. The word â€śtossâ€ť was written in white paint on an electrical box, the back of a road sign, then in black paint at two additional locations on Flanders Road. The word â€śmouseâ€ť was written in black and white paint at still another Flanders Road locale. Earlier this summer, in July, a teenager was arrested and charged with similar criminal mischief at 20 locations in the area.
NORTH HAVEN VILLAGE â€” Southampton Town Police were called to Ferry Road on September 16 by a victim who said his apartment had been burglarized. He told them he returned home from work the previous day and noted his key was in the door to his apartment and his belongings had been rummaged through.
RIVERSIDE â€” On September 16, a resident of the Riverwoods Community on Park Place told Southampton Town Police of receiving a call, supposedly from her grandson. The â€śrelativeâ€ť told her he needed $4,000 in bail money as heâ€™d been arrested. The woman called her daughter to confirm and learned the grandson was not in jail. Her next call was to the police.
EAST HAMPTON â€” Sergio Salazar-Dominguez, 39, of East Hampton was arrested and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree, a felony, on September 15, at 1:51 a.m. According to Town Police, at 1:25 a.m., they found him in possession of more than 500 milligrams of cocaine while at the Whalebone Village Apartment Complex on Boatheaders Lane. He was also charged with harassment in the second degree, a violation, after police said he head butted another man in the face, causing redness, swelling and minor bleeding. He was held for morning arraignment where he was released on his own recognizance.
MONTAUK â€” Jay S. Crump, 57, of Torrington, Connecticut, was arrested on Thursday, September 16, at 7:22 a.m., and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree, a misdemeanor. According to Town Police, at 7:18 a.m., they found Mr. Crump in possession of a gray fungus material in a mason jar that they believe to be psilocybin. He was released on an appearance ticket.
EAST HAMPTON â€” Steven Joseph Arkinson, 22, of Sag Harbor was arrested by Town Police on Thursday, September 16, at 4:48 p.m., and charged with seven counts of petit larceny, a misdemeanor. According to police, on the mornings of August 12, 17, 18, 19 and 30 and September 1 and 2, he took egg sandwiches from a deli on Three Mile Harbor Road without paying. He was released on an appearance ticket.
EAST HAMPTON VILLAGE â€” On Saturday, September 18, around 2:40 p.m., a 28-year-old East Hampton resident called to report a 34-year-old Montauk woman â€” unknown to him â€” was acting irrationally, following him and his family around the Reutershan parking lot and questioning his parenting abilities. Police located the woman who they said appeared agitated and advised her to keep personal opinions to herself. The man asked police to document the incident.
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