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Multiple Injuries in East Hampton Village Car Accident

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By Tessa Raebeck

At least two people were injured in a car accident in East Hampton Village on Sunday afternoon, police said.

Although the breadth of the injuries and the number of cars involved has not been confirmed, police said two people were taken to Stony Brook University Hospital in a medevac flight.

According to police, the accident occurred at around 4:30 p.m. at the intersection of Pantigo Road and Gay Road next to the CVS in East Hampton Village.

As of 11 p.m. Sunday night, East Hampton Village Police were still at the scene and Pantigo Road was blocked off from the CVS Pharmacy to the traffic light at the Egypt Lane intersection.

In addition to East Hampton Village Police, the East Hampton Fire Department and the East Hampton Village Ambulance responded to reports of the accident and the Amagansett, Springs and Bridgehampton fire departments sent ambulances to the scene.

Two Arrested for Making Threats Against East Hampton Jewish Center

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Asli Dincer, 44, and Melih Dincer, 31, of Riverhead, New York, were arrested by East Hampton Village Police Thursday in connection to threats made against the Jewish Center of the Hamptons.

Asli Dincer, 44, and Melih Dincer, 31, of Riverhead, New York, were arrested by East Hampton Village Police Thursday in connection to threats made against the Jewish Center of the Hamptons.

By Tessa Raebeck

The East Hampton Village Police Department arrested two Riverhead residents on Thursday on charges of making terrorist threats against the Jewish Center of the Hamptons.

East Hampton Village detectives arrested Asli Dincer, 44, and her former husband, Melih Dincer, 31 on Thursday night at John F. Kennedy International Airport, when the two returned to the United States.

Mr. and Ms. Dincer were both wanted for questioning in relation to the threats, which police said had taken place over several months, but they had left the country early in the summer.

The case originated when threats were sent in writing to the Jewish Center of the Hamptons, which were turned over to local police. East Hampton Village Police then coordinated their investigation and the identification of the suspects with detectives from the Suffolk County Police Department and the New York State Police working with the Joint Terrorism Task Force.

Police did not reveal the nature of the threats.

The two face charges of making a terrorist threat, a felony, falsely reporting an incident in the first degree, a felony, menacing in the second degree, a misdemeanor, and conspiracy in the fifth degree, a misdemeanor.

East Hampton Village Chief of Police Gerard Larsen confirmed Friday that the two were arraigned at the East Hampton Town Justice Court by Justice Steven Tekulsky earlier that afternoon and bail was set at $50,000 for each.