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East End police report, Jan. 24

Reports from county or village police, Jan. 10-16

Aquebogue

The window of a vehicle on Main Road was damaged Jan. 14.

Calverton

A cat in a tree on Middle Country Road was reported Jan. 11. Police were unable to retrieve the animal, however, it did not appear to be in jeopardy, the report stated.

Coram

Copper piping was discovered missing from a vacant house on Erna Drive Jan 13.

East Hampton

An East Hampton man, 25, was arrested Jan. 10 on charges that included burglary and criminal possession of stolen property. He is accused of stealing liquor from East Hampton Point Restaurant on Three Mile Harbor Road where he was employed.

A Hampton Bays man, 45, was arrested Jan. 10 for charges that included driving while intoxicated and unlawful possession of marijuana.

An iPhone, left unattended at the Blue Parrot restaurant on Main Street, was stolen Jan. 15.

Hampton Bays

A Hampton Bays man, 25 was arrested on West Tiana Road Jan. 11 on charges of driving a motor vehicle with an expired inspection. After further investigation officers discovered his license had been suspended eight times.

Jamesport

A window at Duffy's Deli on Main Road and a window on Second Street were damaged by BB gun pellets Jan. 16.

An unknown man pumped $22 worth of gas into his vehicle at Valero on Main Road Jan. 13 and left without paying.

Four tires of a vehicle on Second Street were slashed Jan. 12. The damage was valued at $650.

A bathtub was stolen from a residence under construction on Beach Road Jan. 11.

Manorville

The driver side window of a 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier parked at a residence on Head of the Neck Road was smashed Jan. 13.

Mastic

A blue 1993 Jeep Wrangler was stolen from the Long Island Rail Road station on Northern Boulevard Jan. 13.

Miller Place

Two storage trailers parked behind Margaret's Florist on Route 25A were discovered stolen Jan. 14.

Ridge

On Jan. 13, the window of a 1999 Chevrolet parked on Longwood Road was broken and a bag containing various items, including jewelry and a passport, was stolen from the vehicle.

Riverhead

A 33-year-old man was arrested and charged with trespassing at a 7-Eleven store on Old Country Road Jan. 16.

Two unknown men were observed stealing $500 worth of rugby shirts from Polo Ralph Lauren on West Main Street Jan. 16.

Three unknown men forcibly took $275 from an individual at Swiss Motel on West Main Street Jan. 14.

Tires from vehicles were stolen and vehicles were damaged at Riverhead Auto Mall on Old Country Road Jan. 11. The damage was estimated at $78,962.

Sag Harbor

A Centereach man, 21, was arrested Jan. 14 after a traffic stop on Division Street. He was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.

Shirley

Two men fled the Rite-Aid pharmacy on Montauk Highway without paying for merchandise Jan. 14.

Wading River

A suspicious person was reported at Route 25A and Wading River Manor Road Jan. 16. Police determined it was a woman in costume who was promoting a local income tax preparation business.

A door was damaged on Wading River Manor Road Jan. 14.

ELSEWHERE

East Setauket

A window at St. George's Golf and Country Club on Sheep Pasture Road was discovered broken Jan. 14. Putters and wedges were also reported stolen.

Holbrook

A 2008 Nissan Rogue was stolen from a Sunoco Gas station on Veterans Memorial Highway Jan. 14.

Oakdale

Assorted jewelry was stolen from a house on Cloverdale Drive Jan. 13. A burglar had gained entry to the residence through a side window.

Ronkonkoma

The tires and rims of a 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer parked on Peconic Street were stolen Jan. 13.

Vandals spray-painted a fence at a residence on Blythe Road Jan. 10. A rock was also thrown through the bay window of a neighboring house Jan. 11.

Selden

Four windows of a 1997 Nissan Maxima on Dare Road were broken

Jan. 15.

Compiled by Mary Beth Foley, Ginny Dunleavy and Sabrina Monroe

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