A Sag Harbor woman is facing a felony criminal mischief charge after she allegedly struck a man’s vehicle with her hands and feet causing an estimated $2,203.81 in damage.
On Thursday, October 23 at 4 p.m. Sag Harbor Village Police received a compliant from a Sag Harbor resident, reporting that that Dawn Burgeaud, 36, of Sag Harbor intentionally damaged his 2007 Toyota Camry by striking it with her hands and feet, causing substantial damage to the truck lid and rear passenger side fender, according to Sag Harbor Village Police. According to the police report, the damage exceeded $250 and police said an estimate to repair the damage had already been calculated at $2,203.81. Burgeaud was processed and released on $250 cash bail.
After Southampton Town Police arrested Eric S. Mayo, 32, of Southampton on Friday, October 24 on a bench warrant, police said he allegedly fled, leading police on a brief foot chase before being apprehended near Long Springs Road and North Sea Mecox in Southampton. Mayo is facing charges of criminal possession of a weapon in the fourth degree, a misdemeanor, false personation, and escape in the third degree.
On Friday, October 24 Southampton Town Police arrested Scott T. Ruane, 47, of Water Mill for allegedly driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor, after they pulled him over at Montauk Highway and Hayground Road in Bridgehampton.
James P. Barrett III, 28, of East Hampton was arrested by Southampton Town Police on Sunday, October 26 at Noyac and Water Mill Towd roads after he was stopped for a traffic violation and found to allegedly be intoxicated. He is charged with driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor.
On Monday, October 27 Sag Harbor Village Police arrested Carina Nicoletta-Dicostanzo, 38, of Sag Harbor for alleged unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, a misdemeanor, after police said she was stopped for a traffic violation and police discovered the vehicle had been reported stolen. Dicostanzo was processed and released on an appearance ticket.
Sag Harbor Village Police reported two arrests for alleged aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree this week. On Friday, October 24, police arrested Lawrence Bevis, 34, of Sag Harbor on the charge after police said they pulled him over on Glover Street for driving with a cracked windshield and found his license was suspended. On Saturday, October 25 Scot Robertson, 47, of East Hampton was arrested by village police for alleged aggravated unlicensed operation in the third degree after police said they pulled him over on Jermain Avenue for driving with a trailer brake light out and found his license was revoked. Both men were released on uniform traffic tickets for the misdemeanor crime.
On Sunday, October 26 Sag Harbor Village Police arrested David E. Christian, 60, of East Hampton on a bench warrant for failure to appear out of East Hampton Town on a disorderly conduct charge. He was released on his own recognizance for time served following his arraignment. Ashley C. Martinez, 17, of Sag Harbor was picked up at Southampton Town Justice Court on a bench warrant for failure to appear in East Hampton Town Justice Court. She was brought to East Hampton Town, where she was released on $500 cash bail.
A Milton Avenue, Sag Harbor resident called Sag Harbor Village Police on Sunday, October 26 to report that she suspected the boyfriend of a former tenant was living in her basement. Police responded to the scene and found the man, who agreed to remove his things and leave.
On Friday, October 24, the caretaker of a Fair Hills Court, Bridgehampton residence reported that seven copper leaders were removed from that residence. The leaders are valued at $4,000.
An exhaust vent cover was removed from the left side of a trailer parked on Brick Kiln Road in Sag Harbor, according to a report filed with Southampton Town Police on Friday, October 24. The trailer was also shot at with a paint gun and a common drain was broken as well, resulting in an estimated $2,500 in damage. Police are investigating two suspects as an investigation continues.
A Bridgehampton resident called Southampton Town on Friday, October 24 to report an incidence of credit card theft. According to police someone used a credit card of hers totaling $1,096.26 in charges. The card has since been cancelled. On Saturday, October 25 a Sag Harbor resident contacted Sag Harbor Village Police to report that someone had made charges to her 83-year-old mother’s credit card via computer.
The owner of a Maysfield Close, Sagaponack resident called Southampton Town Police on Wednesday, October 22 to report that someone removed six copper leaders, valued at $2,000 from the property. On Thursday, October 23 a Head of Pond, Bridgehampton residence called Southampton Town Police to report that someone removed two copper downspouts from the rear of his residence. The value of the missing downspouts is $200.
Four electric golf carts were damaged at a Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton business, according to a report filed with Southampton Town Police on Sunday, October 19. All four vehicles sustained minor damage and will be secured from now on, said police.
A Sag Harbor resident called Sag Harbor Village Police on Sunday, October 26 to report another man had threatened to punch him in the face at a Main Street, Sag Harbor bar.
The owner of a Main Street, Sag Harbor business called Sag Harbor Village Police on Sunday, October 26 to report that the front door to his business was broken into. Nothing appeared to be missing upon further inspection, he said.
On Tuesday, October 21, a business owner on Guyer Road in Bridgehampton reported that $5 was removed from his business. Whoever took the money, forced themselves into the building through a side-loading door, according to police.
A Cedar Point Lane, Bridgehampton business owner reported on Sunday, October 26 someone broke into his office through a side window by pushing an air conditioning unit out. The business owner is unsure if any property is missing.