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East End police report, Dec. 20

Reports from county or village police, Dec. 6-12


A Montauk man, 30, was arrested Dec. 11 after his vehicle was stopped on Montauk Highway for having a defective headlight and police discovered he was in possession of marijuana.


Youths causing a disturbance on Youngs Avenue was reported Dec. 6.


The driver-side window of a vehicle parked at O'Brien's Ale House on Route 112 was discovered smashed Dec. 9. A wallet was reported stolen.

East Hampton

A Merrick woman, 59, was arrested on a petty larceny charge Dec. 12. She allegedly stole about $100 worth of children's clothing from the Ralph Lauren store on Main Street.

An East Hampton woman, 48, reported Dec. 12 that someone let the air out of her vehicle's tire on Park Place. The woman told police this was an ongoing problem.

On Dec. 11, an Amagansett man, 50, reported the driver of a Volkswagen Jetta almost ran him off the road and was otherwise driving erratically at Main Street and Woods Lane. When the second driver was stopped by police, the 30-year-old East Hampton man said he had been cut off by the complainant. No further action was taken.

Two holiday wreaths, valued at $100 each, were stolen Dec. 7 from the front windows of Prudential Douglas Elliman real estate on Main Street.

Hampton Bays

A Ronkonkoma man, 25, was arrested Dec. 8 on Pine Court for several drug-

related charges.

A Hampton Bays man, 41, was arrested Dec. 10 on an outstanding warrant for fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property

and grand larceny charges.


A female dog, possibly a German shepherd mix, was found near Capital One on Main Road on Dec. 9 and was transported to a local animal shelter.

The rear window of a vehicle on Front Street was damaged by a thrown rock Dec. 8.

A suspicious person was reported on Herricks Lane on Dec. 6.


A jacket vest with keys in the pocket was stolen from Laundry King on Montauk Highway on Dec. 10.

Mastic Beach

A Church Drive homeowner reported an electrical cord to exterior Christmas ornaments at the house were cut Dec. 10.


A burglary was discovered Dec. 9 at a vacant house on Barnes Road. The back door had been kicked in to gain entry. Copper piping and a well pump were stolen.


A homemade sign was reported stolen Dec. 10 from a residential driveway on Raynor Road.


A group of youths were reported causing disturbances in the parking lots of Toys 'R' Us and a dentist's office on Old Country Road on Dec. 10.

A cell phone and $30 were stolen from two unlocked lockers at Planet Fitness on Kroemer Avenue on Dec. 10.

An unknown man was seen entering a garage on Corwin Street and stealing a Garmin GPS unit and loose change from a vehicle Dec. 9.

Two unknown men were observed stealing $1,000 worth of clothing from Aeropostale on West Main Street on Dec. 6.

Sag Harbor

A Sag Harbor man, 25, was arrested Dec. 12 and charged with driving while intoxicated after he drove his vehicle off the roadway, colliding with several mailboxes on Noyac Road.

Wading River

An iPod and oxycodone pills were stolen from a Remsen Road residence Dec. 10.


Gordon Heights

Copper heating piping was discovered missing Dec. 9 from a vacant house on Gray Avenue.

Lake Grove

A radio and GPS unit were discovered stolen from a 2004 GMC Yukon on Wisteria Lane on Dec. 7. Access was gained through the driver-side window.

Two men stole 78 sweaters from the Banana Republic store in the Smith Haven Mall on Dec. 8.


The passenger side of a 2007 Honda Accord was discovered scratched Dec. 7 at a location on Normandy Drive.


Christmas decorations and balloons were taken from a residence on Third Street on Dec. 10.


A man stole 67 scratch-off lottery tickets from Sue's Card Smart on

Independence Plaza on Dec. 10.


Items, including craft kits and a handicapped parking permit, were discovered missing from a 2003 Honda on New Mill Road on Dec. 6.

St. James

A unknown person left a gas station on Jericho Turnpike Dec. 7 after dispensing $51 worth of gas and paying only $31.

Compiled by Mary Beth Foley, Ginny Dunleavy and Ann Smukler


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