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East End police report, Dec. 27

Reports from county or village police, Dec. 13-19


On Dec. 16 at about 6 a.m., a distress call came from a duck hunter who had fallen out of a boat in Great Peconic Bay. The boat was drifting and the man's Labrador retriever was still in it. The Riverhead dive rescue team responded and rescued the dog from the boat and assisted the man who was stranded on the shoreline.

An auto repair shop on Main Road was robbed of $3,310 on Dec. 13.

Baiting Hollow

Mini-bikes were stolen on Oak Drive Dec. 14.


Property was taken from a 2006 Chrysler located in the parking lot of Coach's Corner Bar & Grill on Dec. 13.

East Hampton

A 24-year-old Wainscott man was arrested Dec. 18 on Route 114 on charges that included driving in excess speed, driving through a stop sign and criminal possession of marijuana.

East Quogue

An East Quogue woman, 45, was arrested Dec. 13 and charged with driving while intoxicated. She drove her vehicle off the roadway and into the front yard of a residence on The Registry.


Fishing rods were discovered stolen from a 2008 Dodge in a parking lot on Pond Way on Dec. 13.


A purse was stolen Dec. 13 from an employee of a Montauk Highway beverage distributor.

Mastic Beach

A Huguenot Drive resident discovered Dec. 15 that his credit cards were used to purchase a large amount of goods and services without his permission.


A ladder was found propped against a Devon Avenue home Dec. 14 in an unsuccessful attempt to gain access through a window.

Mount Sinai

Property was discovered stolen from an unlocked 2004 Toyota in an Avolet Court driveway Dec. 15. Reported stolen were jewelry, sunglasses, a video game, and cash.


Almost $800 worth of copper was stolen from a storage trailer on Reeves Avenue on Dec. 16.

An unknown woman stole about $300 worth of toys from Toys 'R' Us on Old Country Road on Dec. 16.

A window on a vehicle parked at Digger O'Dell's on West Main Street was damaged Dec. 13, and golf clubs, valued at $900, were stolen.

A Garmin GPS navigation unit and an accessory adapter, valued at $420, were stolen from a vehicle parked at Walmart on Old Country Road on Dec. 13.

A horse escaped from its corral and was loose on Middle Road on Dec. 14.


A Brentwood man, 18, was arrested Dec. 16 on Nugent Drive and charged with driving while intoxicated and numerous other traffic infractions.

Rocky Point

A 50-year-old Rocky Point man was arrested on a charge of petty larceny for shoplifting from Waldbaum's on Route 25A on Dec. 13.

Sag Harbor

A Southampton man, 49, was arrested Dec. 17 and charged with driving while intoxicated. Police said the man was driving a 2003 Mercedes-Benz on Brickiln Road when he drove off the roadway and struck a telephone pole. The man was treated at Southampton Hospital and released.

Wading River

Credit cards, prescription medication and other items were stolen from a vehicle on Locust Road on Dec. 13.



Rims and tires were discovered stolen from a 2008 Infiniti G37 in a driveway on Smithtown Polk Boulevard on Dec. 14.

East Patchogue

Four rims and tires were stolen from a 2009 Infiniti on Patchogue-Yaphank Road on Dec. 15.

Lake Grove

Two sets of wheels and tires from a 2009 Nissan Maxima in a Williams Boulevard parking lot were stolen Dec. 14.

Lake Ronkonkoma

A 1995 Jeep Cherokee, left running in a 7-Eleven parking lot on Portion Road, was stolen Dec. 14.

North Patchogue

A burglar entered a house on Engelke Street on Dec. 14 and stole passports and savings bonds.


A burglary was discovered Dec. 13 at a vacant house on Bay Avenue. Copper piping was reported stolen.

Port Jefferson Station

Two unknown men robbed a man of his cash at the intersection of Clifton Place and Piedmont Drive on Dec. 13. A knife was used to threaten the victim.


A man was seen fleeing a residence on Pond Road on Dec. 14 in a dark-

colored sedan. The rear window of the house had been pried open. Nothing was reported stolen.


A door of a 1999 Chevy Malibu parked in a driveway on Pinetop Drive was discovered scratched Dec. 13.

Property was stolen from the backyard shed of a Revilo Avenue house Dec. 14.

Compiled by Mary Beth Foley, Virginia Dunleavy

and Ann Smukler


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