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QUOGUE VILLAGE — A Woodedge Trail resident told Quogue Village Police that while she was out of the country, somebody used her credit card to make unauthorized purchases totaling $893. The identity theft took place between February 21 and March 10. Quogue Police were alerted to the incident on March 11.
EAST QUOGUE — On March 11 Southampton Town Police responded to a report of a one-car accident on Montauk Hwy at the intersection of Sunset Ave in East Quogue. When police arrived and conducted an investigation they determined the driver, Amy Salle, 54, of Speonk had lost control of her vehicle, left the road and hit a fire hydrant and then a telephone pole. She was the sole occupant in the vehicle, and police determined she was impaired by drugs. She’s charged with a misdemeanor count of driving with ability impaired by drugs.
HAMPTON BAYS — An Argonne Road resident believes someone got into his vehicle while it was parked in his driveway and took his finish nail gun. The theft was reported to Southampton Town Police on March 10.
NORTH SEA — A victim of attempted identity theft contacted Southampton Town Police on March 10 to report that a man has been calling her, stating her oldest grandson was arrested in Riverhead and needs $16,000 for bail money. The complainant reached out to her grandson who stated he is fine and was never in trouble.
TUCKAHOE — Southampton Town Police reported the arrest, on a felony count of grand larceny in the third degree, of George Dakis, 60, of Manorville. He’s accused in the June 2019 theft of a statue from a gallery on County Road 39.
FLANDERS — An Evergreen Road resident told Southampton Town Police on March 6 that someone took money from her Social Services benefit account. She’d contacted Social Services and needed a police report to follow up.
WATER MILL — A Reed Pond Court resident contacted Southampton Town Police on March 9 after being notified of suspected fraudulent charges on his wife’s credit card. Sure enough, he investigated and found five suspect charges between February 28 and March 3.
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