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East End police report

Reports from county or village police, March 7-13.

Aquebogue

On March 8, a Westwoods Boulevard resident reported an unknown person used her credit card to make more than $1,000 in purchases.

Brookhaven

Personal items were discovered stolen from a recreational vehicle parked on a dirt driveway off Montauk Highway March 9.

Calverton

A suspicious vehicle parked in woods off Grumman Boulevard was reported March 11.

A Baiting Drive residence was burglarized March 8.

Coram

The sliding window of a 2002 Kia Sedona on Grady Lane was discovered smashed March 7.

A window of a 1999 Volkswagen Jetta on American Avenue was shattered March 7.

East Hampton

An attempted burglary at a West Drive residence was reported March 12. Shoe impressions and marks were discovered on a window screen and tracks in the mud were found nearby. Nothing seemed to be missing from inside the home, police said.

On March 8, an East Hampton man, 29, reported being a victim of fraud after he answered an ad for a job on Craig's List. The alleged victim said the job entailed shopping for a gentleman living in Estonia and that he used about $3,000 of his own funds before learning that the money orders he received from his employer and deposited at the Bridgehampton National Bank had been forged.

Manorville

Fifteen sections of stockade fencing were stolen from a South Street and Dayton Avenue location March 10.

Mastic Beach

A window of a 1997 Ford Taurus on Jefferson Drive was smashed March 9.

Middle Island

A GPS unit was stolen from a 2010 Nissan Rogue parked in a residential driveway on James Way on March 7.

Miller Place

A GPS unit was discovered missing from an unlocked 2008 Hyundai Santa Fe in The Vineyards at Miller Place complex on Avery Lane March 7.

A 2009 Toyota Camry was reported stolen from a Halley Lane driveway on March 7.

Riverhead

A North Carolina fugitive was arrested March 11. The man, 41, is accused of attempting to run over police officers with a vehicle during a prior arrest attempt in his home state. Following an investigation, he was located at a relative's house on East Main Street and charged with two counts of assault.

Fifty wallets, valued at more than $1,300, were stolen from Guess Factory Outlet on West Main Street March 13.

A man, 37, was arrested on trespassing charges at Atlantis Marine World on East Main Street March 13.

An unknown man was observed stealing two Dyson vacuum cleaners, valued at about $1,200, from Bed, Bath & Beyond on Old Country Road March 11.

A 13-year-old at Riverhead Middle School on Harrison Drive was arrested March 9 for allegedly being in possession of a weapon.

Northville

A suspicious person was reported trespassing on private property on Sound Shore Road on March 11.

Wading River

A suspicious vehicle was reported on North Woods Drive on March 13.

Seven pills containing an unknown substance were found at Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York on North Wading River Road on March 11.

ELSEWHERE

East Patchogue

Three bicycles were stolen from a residential garage on Evergreen Lane on March 9.

Gordon Heights

Several video-game systems were stolen from a Cedar Lane residence March 8. Entry to the home was gained through a basement window.

Holbrook

A Kenmore washer and dryer were stolen from a Smith Avenue house on March 7.

Holtsville

Tools, drills, a saw and a torch were stolen March 10 from an unsecured room at the Crown Plaza Hotel on North Ocean Avenue March 10.

Lake Ronkonkoma

Extension ladders and a saw were discovered stolen March 7 from a work truck on Wedgewood Court.

Patchogue

A Medford man, 26, was arrested on Patchogue-Holbrook Road March 7 and charged with second-degree assault. He was accused of striking another individual in the face with a drinking glass at the Hush Bar & Lounge on Waverly Avenue.

Port Jefferson Station

A rock was thrown through a bedroom window of a Katherine Street residence March 7.

Compiled Mary Beth Foley, Ginny Dunleavy and Sabrina Monroe

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