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HAMPTON BAYS—A 21-year-old East Hampton woman told Southampton Town Police on March 9 that while she was at Dream, a nightclub, a man fondled her. Her cellphone and driver’s license were also stolen, with the phone located the next day in Manhattan. Southampton Town Police were unable to provide the exact date and time of the assault.
TUCKAHOE—Someone threw a brick through the window of a Ford pickup while it was parked at a County Road 39 location, Southampton Town Police learned on March 13. Police were unable to say precisely when the vandalism occurred.
HAMPTON BAYS—A pool cover valued at $2,600 was taken off a pool at a property on Donellan Road. The report of the theft was made on March 15; the pool cover was last seen on March 7. According to the incident report released by Southampton Town Police, the residence is a bank-owned property and a local real estate firm has provided a caretaker to check the premises.
SAG HARBOR—A woman contacted Sag Harbor Village Police on March 10 to report a possible rental scam. According to police, the woman was attempting to rent a Hillside Drive East residence, which she found on a rental booking site. When she tried to meet the homeowner at the residence, no one showed up and it appeared the residence was for sale, not rent. The listing agent confirmed the property was not for rent. According to police, the woman had not paid for the rental yet but did want the incident documented.
SAG HARBOR—A Sag Harbor resident called police on March 12 to report receiving an email from Western Union that asked him to call a phone number to collect $5,200. Police advised the man not to respond to the email or provide any personal information.
SAG HARBOR—Sag Harbor Village Police responded to Hampton and Hempstead streets on March 13 around 5 p.m. to reports of an intoxicated man refusing to get off a Suffolk County public bus. According to the police report, the driver observed the man fall prior to boarding the bus and said he appeared not only to be injured but also intoxicated. Police responded to the bus where they discovered the man with lacerations to his nose and lip and a compound fracture on his left hand. Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps responded to the scene, treated the man and transported him to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.
SAG HARBOR—A local locksmith called Sag Harbor Village Police on March 15 to report theft of services after unlocking a white Honda Accord around 2 p.m. The car owner refused to pay for the service. Police said the vehicle’s owner changed his mind once police became involved.
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