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East End police report

Reports from county or village police, June 27-July 3


A loose dredge pipe near Town Beach Road was reported to be causing a hazardous condition July 3.

Baiting Hollow

A parking permit was stolen from a vehicle parked at Reeves Beach off Park Road June 29.


Certified checks in the amount of $1,500 and $600 were stolen from a woman's pocketbook at Pop's Pizza on Middle Country Road July 2.

Two cell phones were stolen from a locker at Splish Splash Water Park June 27; Three cell phones were stolen from a vehicle parked at Splish Splash July 1.

A Zenith humidifier valued at $200 was stolen from an Alfred Avenue location June 29. No evidence of forced entry was reported.

Police retrieved a groundhog from a pool at a Triangle Lane residence and released the animal July 29.


Copper piping was stolen from an abandoned house on West Yaphank Road June 28.

East Hampton

An unknown vehicle struck and caused damage to the bridge at Mill Road and James Lane July 2.

A Southampton man, 18, was arrested July 3 in the parking lot of Maidstone Golf Club on Old Beach Lane and charged with criminal possession of marijuana.

A Brooklyn man, 22, was issued a summons July 2 for failure to comply with a police officer. He is accused of arguing with the officer and striking but not causing injury to the officer's leg with his vehicle as he fled after being issued a parking summons for double parking on Main Street.

A mountain bike valued at $800 was stolen from Newtown Lane July 3.

An injured owl was discovered at Montauk Highway and Georgica Road June 29. Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons removed the animal.

Hampton Bays

A Hampton Bays man, 20, was arrested July 3 on Ponquogue Avenue and charged with driving while intoxicated, second-degree criminal impersonation, and unlawful possession of marijuana.


Items including a briefcase, pocketbook, credit cards and a GPS navigation system were stolen from two vehicles parked in a driveway on Carol Avenue on June 28.

Mount Sinai

A burglary was discovered June 29 at a storage barn on North Country Road. The barn door and an electric golf cart were damaged.


A Nikon Coolpix camera valued at $460 was stolen from a vehicle parked on Calico Court July 3.

A hole was cut in a chain-link fence at KeySpan on Doctors Path July 3.

At about 6 p.m. on June 30, unknown individuals climbed to and ran along the rooftops of stores at Tanger I on West Main Street.

Five 2008 vehicles parked at Riverhead Toyota on Old Country Road were scratched June 29. The damage was estimated at $6,000.

About $130 in cash was stolen from a register at Wendy's on Old Country Road June 29.

Sag Harbor

A Sag Harbor woman, 18, was arrested July 3 on Elizabeth Street and charged with disorderly conduct. She is accused of yelling obscenities and throwing a punch at a police officer while being in an intoxicated condition.

A Miami man, 31, was arrested July 3 and charged with disorderly conduct. He is accused of publicly urinating on a tree on Main Street.


A wallet was stolen from a shopping cart at a Pathmark supermarket on Montauk Highway on June 28.

A chain saw, jumper cables, shears and fire hydrant were stolen from a truck parked at a residence on Hounslow Road June 29.

Wading River

A speaker, headphones and an Xbox game were stolen from a locked vehicle parked on Elizabeth Drive July 3.

A 2005 black-and-white Harley-Davidson motorcycle valued at $45,000 was stolen from Oak Street July 2.

Two mailboxes at residences on Northside Road were damaged July 1.

A bathroom at Police Officer's Memorial Park on Bayberry Road was marked with graffiti June 30.

A compressor valued at $800 was stolen from Fink's Country Farm on Middle Country Road June 29.



The windows of a 2008 Nissan Pathfinder parked on Karshick Street were broken and the doors of the vehicle dented June 27.


A 2001 Saturn parked at McDonald's on Route 25 was stolen June 29.

Islip Terrace

Hanging flower baskets were stolen June 29 from an Islip Boulevard residence.

Compiled by Mary Beth Foley, Ginny Dunleavy and Ann Smukler


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