September 27, 2006
Close to $6000 in cash, a $1600 computer, a $500 camera, and other electronic equipment was grabbed from a Sagaponack residence September 7, Southampton police reported this week. Rubber gloves were found on the scene, but K-9 units that responded to search the area were unable to pick up a trail. A Yamaha motorcycle worth $9000 was motored away by a larcenous sort from a Flying Pt. Rd, Water Mill residence on September 16.
Over on Tyrque Dr. in East Hampton, a .22 caliber handgun valued at $200 was stolen from a home there; the owner, who reported the gun missing last Thursday, had not checked on it in over a year. Close to $4500 worth of jewelry was looted from a Northscape Lane, East Hampton home between August 23 and September 19. One thousand dollars in cash, a laptop valued at $2000, $3250 in jewelry and several hundred dollars in electronic equipment was stolen from a home on Flanders Blvd. in Flanders last Wednesday.
Copper piping worth $1500 was carted away from a Vail Ave., Riverside locale sometime between last Wednesday and last Thursday. A 1988 Camry valued at $500 was driven off — illegally — from a Red Fox Ln. East Hampton home sometime between September 10 and September 19.
East Hampton Village Police picked up a 27-year-old Hauppauge man for criminal possession of a forged instrument, forgery, criminal possession of stolen property fifth, and petit larceny. A warrant had been issued for his arrest — no more particulars were offered.
Southampton police arrested a 30-year-old Hampton Bays man last Wednesday on Springville Rd. in the hamlet by the bays and charged him with criminal possession of stolen property in the fifth and petit larceny after he was allegedly found with parts stolen from a Chevy Blazer.
The Criminally Possessed
Anthony White, 23, of Bridgehampton was arrested on September 19 and charged with criminal possession and criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degrees. Southampton police allege he sold crack cocaine to an undercover officer on two occasions. Warren White, 45, of Bridgehampton faced the same charges after being arrested on September 18; cops say he sold crack cocaine to a narc six times.
A 37-year-old Riverhead man was booked on criminal impersonation, criminal possession of a controlled substance seventh and aggravated unlicensed second charges on September 19 after he was pulled over for a traffic violation on Flanders Rd. in Riverside. He gave cops a false name; no word on what type of controlled substance he possessed.
East Hampton Village Police charged a Sound Beach man, 38, with criminal possession of a controlled substance seventh and criminal possession of marijuana, after he was stopped for speeding on Main St. on Saturday. A 20-year-old East Quogue woman was charged with driving while impaired by drugs, criminal possession of a controlled substance seventh, and criminal possession of marijuana after Southampton cops pulled her over on Montauk Highway in East Quogue for having an illegal tint on her windows. Cops say she had a quantity of pot and Vicodin.
East Hampton Village and Town coppers booked five people for DWI last week. Southampton cops reported two DWI arrests this week; of note was the arrest last Friday of Victoria MacDonald, 47, of Hampton Bays who was booked for aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle in the first degree, a felony, false personation, and DWI after being stopped on Ponquogue Ave. in Hampton Bays. MacDonald allegedly gave a false name to cops after she was stopped for driving erratically.