Reports from county or village police, May 23-29


Rolls of electrical wiring valued at almost $800 were stolen from a construction site on Locust Street on May 29.

A Hobson Drive residence was burglarized May 28. Entry was gained through a window, and a TV, PlayStation 3 and video games were stolen.

Baiting Hollow

A tire on a vehicle parked on

Woodcliff Trail was damaged May 29.

A suspicious person was reported May 26 on Warner Court.


A strong odor of garbage was reported May 27 on Deep Hole Road.

Copper wiring was discovered stolen from TJ Enterprises on Grumman Boulevard on May 25.

East Hampton

A sparking wire located on the branch of a tree on James Lane was reported May 29. The fire department and LIPA responded.

A suspicious person walking on Pond View Lane with a flashlight was reported May 28.

Hampton Bays

A Hampton Bays man, 20, was arrested May 23 at King Street and Gerald Lane and charged with disorderly conduct. Police said the man, while in an intoxicated condition, did not comply with police requests to get out of the roadway, and obstructed traffic and alarmed passing motorists.

A New Jersey man, 42, was arrested May 23 on Montauk Highway and charged with driving while in intoxicated and being in possession of powder cocaine.

A Ronkonkoma woman, 32, was arrested May 23 and charged with disorderly conduct. She allegedly caused a disturbance while intoxicated near the Boardy Barn on West Montauk Highway.

A Hampton Bays man, 39, was charged with driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle accident he was involved in with another driver on North Road on May 28. Both drivers sustained injuries. The suspect was transported to Southampton Hospital, and after receiving medical treatment was taken to police headquarters and arrested.


A sign valued at $400 was stolen May 29 from Clovis Port Winery on Main Road.

A fence on Center Street was damaged May 29. The damage was valued at $500.


A 2004 Toyota Camry parked at Dockers on West Main Street was stolen May 29.

Bagel Lovers on Osborne Avenue was burglarized May 27. A window was broken and about $120 was stolen from a cash register.

A pizza delivery person was assaulted by four to five unknown male suspects during a robbery on Doctors Path on May 26. The victim was hit over the head with a handgun and robbed of $400 and a cell phone.

A safe containing $2,632.95 was stolen May 26 from Toys 'R' Us on West Main Street.

Two unknown males were observed dumping a large item in water off

McDermott Avenue May 25. Police were unable to locate the item.

Sag Harbor

A Sag Harbor woman, 48, was arrested May 23 at police headquarters. She is charged with acting in an aggressive manner during a field sobriety test, and then resisting arrest.


A Bridehampton man, 27, was arrested at police headquarters and charged with assault in the second degree and criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree. He is charged with striking a man in the head with a bottle during a dispute on Huntington Crossway. The victim received a small laceration to his forehead and was transported to Southampton Hospital.

Wading River

A vehicle parked on Cliff Road West was ransacked May 29. Nothing appeared to be missing.

Thirty flowers valued at $300 were stolen May 25 from Great Rock Golf Club on Fairway Drive.



A bicycle was stolen from the CVS parking lot on Main Street on May 23.


The fence at the Parkline Maintenance yard on Montauk Highway was cut May 23.


Theft of credit cards and a driver license was discovered May 27 from a vehicle on Exeter Place. The vehicle's window was smashed.


A bicycle was stolen from an unlocked garage on Elder Avenue on May 27.


A wallet containing a debit card was stolen May 23 from a truck parked in a Southaven Avenue driveway.

Miller Place

A burglar entered McNulty's Ice Cream Parlor on North Country Road May 23 by removing a panel of glass in the front door, and stole the store's cash box.

North Patchogue

A video-game system, jewelry, coins, and a laptop computer were stolen from a house on Fry Boulevard on May 24. Entry was gained through an unlocked rear window.

Compiled by Mary Beth Foley, Ginny Dunleavy and Ann Smukler

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