Posted on 15 October 2014
An East Hampton landlord received a sentence of five years’ probation today from a Suffolk County judge for his plea of guilty to charges of unlawful surveillance and other crimes in a 23-count indictment, Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said.
Posted on 09 October 2014
An East Hampton landlord received a sentence of five years’ probation Thursday from a Suffolk County judge for his plea of guilty to charges of unlawful surveillance and other crimes in a 23-count indictment, Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said in a press release. Donald Torr, 71, had seven cameras placed in the bedrooms, [...]
Posted on 08 October 2014
Springs resident Valon Shoshi was arrested on four charges following a manhunt by East Hampton Town Police on Friday, October 3, and was released on $25,000 bail after appearing in East Hampton Town Justice Court on Saturday.
Posted on 07 October 2014
A year ago, the Group for the East End partnered with seven East End police departments, including Sag Harbor Village, with support from Suffolk County’s Drinking Water Protection Program to create the East End Medication Disposal Program. The program, which encourages residents to dispose of unused medication in drop boxes permanently located in local police [...]
Posted on 03 October 2014
Sag Harbor Schools, like their counterparts in East Hampton, were briefly put on lockdown on Friday as East Hampton police sought a man, who was reportedly suicidal and had left his Springs home with a shotgun and headed toward the village.
Posted on 30 September 2014
A fire that destroyed a barn on Town Line Road just north of Parsonage Lane in Sagaponack early Sunday morning was caused when a tree limb fell on a primary electric wire, which then came in contact with the building, the Southampton Fire Marshal’s office said this week. The Bridgehampton Fire Department was called out shortly [...]
Posted on 24 September 2014
The former operators of Sag Harbor’s 7-Eleven pleaded guilty to wire fraud and concealing and harboring illegal aliens while stealing their wages on Monday, according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s office.
Posted on 12 September 2014
Southampton Town police officers and Bridgehampton Fire Department EMTs attend to the wounded driver of a semi tractor-trailer carrying a load of dirt that overturned at the intersection of Scuttlehole Road and Brick Kiln Road on Friday morning. The driver was subsequently transported to the hospital via helicopter for further treatment.
Posted on 09 September 2014
Sag Harbor Village Police arrested Bernard T. Cooks, 33, of Bridgehampton on Friday, September 5, at 2:42 p.m. on charges of grand larceny in the fourth degree, a felony.
Posted on 07 September 2014
Members of the Bridgehampton Fire Department and neighboring departments spent several hours battling a house fire on Bridge Lane in Bridgehampton early Sunday morning, according to Chief Gary Horsburgh.