Posted on 13 February 2013
Two Ronkonkoma residents were charged with forgery, grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property this week after Sag Harbor Village Police say they intentionally stole blank checks from a Sag Harbor resident, endorsed them, taking over $3,000 in cash with them.
Posted on 08 February 2013
A 23-year-old Sag Harbor resident, Kelly A. Doroski, was killed in a car crash on Route 114 on Thursday night, according to a press release issued by East Hampton Town Police.
Posted on 06 February 2013
During an arrest over a decade ago, Sag Harbor Village Police seized two boxes from the vehicle of someone charged in a series of liquor store thefts. One was full of brand new Gap jeans, the other Van Heusen shirts.
Today, those boxes, like a lot of items seized during arrests or brought to the department’s lost and found, sit unclaimed in the Sag Harbor Village Police Department.
But not for long.
Posted on 17 January 2013
While it’s not unheard of on the East End to have whales beaching on our shores, on Sunday, when two different species of whale washed up just three miles from each other on Napeague in Amagansett, it was an unusual moment indeed.
Posted on 08 January 2013
According to the courtroom deputy for United States District Court Judge Denis R. Hurley, sentencing in a federal case against the brother of a man police believe was involved in a fatal hit and run in Water Mill this past July was delayed this week.
Posted on 21 November 2012
A woman who drove her car into the side of the Sag Harbor Post Office last Thursday around lunchtime was likely suffering a medical episode that caused the crash, according to Sag Harbor Village Police.
Posted on 27 October 2012
On Friday, Crime Stoppers of Suffolk County announced that East Hampton Town Police Department’s Detective Division believes the vehicle that struck and killed Amagansett resident John Judge on October 23 sustained front-end damage, most likely on the passenger side front of the vehicle. Police expect the vehicle sustained headlight damage and body damage and according [...]
Posted on 17 October 2012
While the number of traffic related fatalities in East Hampton and Southampton towns did not break any records this summer season, for many, including Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps President Ed Downes, the roads on the East End felt busier — and more dangerous. And for the most part, the general consensus among emergency service [...]
Posted on 16 October 2012
In what Sag Harbor Village Mayor Brian Gilbride called “a first step” in paring down the cost of the Sag Harbor Village Police Department, on Friday afternoon the village’s board of trustees adopted a resolution giving them authority to offer a retirement incentive package to the department’s officers as well as police chief Thomas Fabiano.
Posted on 03 October 2012
An ex-convict with a criminal past linked to Noyac was admitted to the psychiatric unit of Stony Brook University Hospital on Tuesday, September 25. Police say there was an altercation at the suspect’s Wading River home after police went to the house to question the 60-year-old about a missed parole meeting and a drug enforcement officer had to open fire on the suspect after he allegedly pointed a handgun at himself and then police officers.
According to a press release issued by the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office on Wednesday, September 26, Thomas Michael Counihan, of Wading River-Manor Road, currently on probation for a drug possession charge, displayed a loaded Colt .45 while investigators from the East End Drug Task Force searched his room last Tuesday night for illegal narcotics after Counihan missed a parole meeting.