Reports from county or village police, May 30-June 5


A bike was stolen from a garage on Lovers Lane May 30.

A fence on Shade Tree Lane was damaged June 3.

An abandoned residence on West Lane was discovered broken into June 2.

Baiting Hollow

A residence on Pirate Street was burglarized June 1.

A small roadway fire on Oakleigh Avenue was reported May 31.


A rowboat was reported stolen from a Peathole Lane residence May 31.

License plates were taken from a vehicle on Sawgrass Drive May 31.


The rear of a vehicle parked in a South Country Road driveway was spray painted May 30.


A man, 20, was accused of forcible touching and arrested May 30 at Riverhead Cemetery on Roanoke Avenue.

The back door of a building on Middle Country Road was spray painted with graffiti June 3.

East Hampton

A Bay Shore woman, 40, was arrested June 5 and charged with petty larceny. She's accused of stealing a dress from the Ralph Lauren store on Main Street.

An East Hampton man, 52, was arrested June 5 on Newtown Lane and charged with public lewdness.

A woman's diamond ring valued at $4,480 was lost June 3 at the Blue Parrot restaurant on Main Street.

A shopping bag containing a T-shirt was stolen June 2 from a vehicle parked on Park Place. A parking pass on the dashboard was also taken which resulted in the victim receiving a parking ticket.

A village code summons was issued June 2 to a 41-year-old East Hampton man. He is accused of illegally dumping grass clippings on village property.


The glass front door of the Katrinka Deli on Main Road was broken with a rock and $1,270 was stole June 5.

A canopy valued at $480 was stolen from a Herricks Lane location June 3.


A 2003 Mercedes-Benz was reported missing from the parking lot of Medford Auto Wrecking on Peconic Avenue May 30.

Mount Sinai

Cash, a DVD player and a camcorder were stolen from a house on Meadow Lane June 2. Entry was gained through an unlocked garage door.


Clothing valued at $714 was stolen from Pacific Sunwear of California on West Main Street June 1.

Two women, 36 and 38, were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct at Loose Caboose on Railroad Avenue May 31.

Button-down shirts valued at $1,602 were stolen from Lacoste on West Main Street May 30.

A vehicle stolen from Riverhead was recovered May 30 in Brooklyn.

A man, 30, was arrested June 3 for allegedly employing an unlicensed security guard at Casa Rica Restaurant & Sports Bar on East Main Street.


A Westhampton man, 35, was arrested June 5 on Riverleigh Avenue after police responded to a 911 call regarding the operator of a white van driving in an erratic manner. The man arrested was charged with driving while intoxicated and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

Sag Harbor

A Southampton woman, 23, was arrested June 5 and charged with failure to stop at a stop sign on Bay Street, speeding and driving with lapsed car insurance.


A Bridgehampton man, 64, was arrested June 4 and charged with driving while intoxicated. He allegedly caused a four-car collision at Montauk Highway and Sagg Road.


Two Bellport males, 16 and 18, were arrested June 5 and charged with 2nd-degree burglary. They are accused of breaking into a Montauk Highway cottage and stealing jewelry and a laptop computer.

A Southampton man, 47, was arrested June 2 and charged with 2nd-degree menacing and 4th-degree criminal possession of a weapon. He is accused of brandishing a hammer during a dispute and threatening to strike an individual.

Wading River

Construction materials were illegally disposed of in a Dumpster on Creek Road on June 1.

A girl's white Magna Silver Canyon 15-speed bicycle valued at $100 was stolen June 5 from Barbara Court.

A low flying plane was reported June 2 at Bayberry Park on Bayberry Road.

Compiled by Mary Beth Foley, Ginny Dunleavy and Ann Smukler

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