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East End police beat, Feb. 14

Reports from county or village police, Jan. 31-Feb. 6.

Aquebogue

Tools and other items were stolen Feb. 2 from a greenhouse and a garage on Main Road.

Calverton

A man was taken to Stony Brook University Medical Center Feb. 5 due to injuries sustained from being struck by a forklift at Mac-Lad Corp. on Middle Country Road. Further details were not disclosed.

An unknown man was observed stealing logs from a wooded vacant lot on Fresh Pond Avenue Feb. 5.

Center Moriches

An unknown person entered a Seaview Lane home Jan. 31 and stole jewelry.

East Hampton

A Lindenhurst man, 23, was arrested Feb. 2 at Wyborgs Beach and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.

A 19-year-old Staten Island man was arrested Feb. 3 and charged with third-degree rape.

A fence and a door at a business on The Circle were damaged Feb. 1.

A man's pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses, valued at $160, were stolen from Blue & Cream on The Circle Jan. 31.

Jamesport

Siding and a window at a Manor Lane residence were damaged by BB pellets Jan. 31.

A hot tub valued at $11,000 was stolen from Arthur Edwards Pool & Spa Center on Main road Feb. 3.

Manorville

Two windows were discovered broken on a 1991 Ford on Eileen Avenue Jan. 31.

Medford

The front door of a Horse Block Road home was pried open in an attempted burglary Jan. 31.

Riverhead

An internal theft at Pottery Barn on West Main Street of approximately $8,000 was reported Feb. 4.

A chain-link fence at Marcy Avenue and West Main Street was spray-painted Feb. 3.

A 25-year-old man was arrested Jan. 31 at Riverside Laundry on West Main Street and charged with disorderly conduct.

Two rings valued at $7,000 were stolen Feb. 4 from Hilton Garden Inn on Old Country Road.

Sag Harbor

An Armonk woman, 33, was arrested Feb. 6 on Main Street after she was stopped for making an illegal turn with her vehicle. Police ascertained that her driving privileges in New York State had been suspended 19 times.

Shirley

A 22-year-old Patchogue man and a 19-year-old Setauket woman were arrested Feb. 1 on second-degree burglary charges for allegedly stealing from a Rowlinson Drive home.

Southampton

A 59-year-old Hampton Bays woman was arrested on Squiretown Road Feb. 1 for charges that included driving while intoxicated and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

Wading River

Three small bags of marijuana were recovered Feb. 2 at Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York on North Wading River Road.

A vehicle parked at Ace Hardware on Route 25A was vandalized with Silly String and bumper stickers Feb. 4.

A 1999 Honda Civic was stolen from Berry Lane Feb. 4.

A small bag of cocaine was found in a bathroom at Wading River Elementary School on Wading River Manor Road

Feb. 5.

Yaphank

A utility vehicle and two Motocross bikes were discovered stolen Feb. 2 from a storage garage at LI Motocross on Horseblock Road.

ELSEWHERE

Brentwood

A 1997 trailer containing office furniture was discovered stolen Feb. 1 from a construction site on G Road.

Central Islip

A computer was stolen from a car in a parking lot on Courthouse Drive Feb. 2.

East Patchogue

Four tires on a 2007 Hyundai were punctured and the side of the car was scratched while parked in an East Woodside Avenue driveway Jan. 31.

A gift-card vending machine located on Montauk Highway was broken into Feb. 2.

Cash and jewelry were stolen from a residence on Matt Court Feb. 2. A burglar gained entry to the premises by prying open a bedroom window.

Equipment was discovered stolen Feb. 2 from a backyard shed on West Spruce Street.

Lake Grove

A window on a 2008 Cadillac Escalade was broken Jan. 31 and a pocketbook and sunglasses were stolen.

Wheatley Heights

A North 17th Street house was discovered burglarized Feb. 1. Entry was made through an unlocked window. Cash, credit and debit cards and a TV were reported stolen.

Compiled by Mary Beth Foley, Ginny Dunleavy and Sabrina Monroe

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