Crimes and suspicious incident recently reported to the Southampton Town police, east of the Shinnecock Canal.
• A Bridgehampton woman told police Aug. 10 that
she dropped off her 11-year-old daughter at home and her daughter said she saw a man inside the house, who
fled when she walked in. A laptop, an iPad and a canvas bag were taken from
the home, according to the incident report.
• A Noyac woman
reported Aug. 11 that her son's bedroom was entered through his window
and $100, a black Xbox 360 and a 16-inch black knife were taken.
A Noyac man told police Aug. 9 that he had been home with his baby,
sleeping, but woke to discover two Apple iPads, a Sony tablet and two
Sony laptops were missing from his home.
• A Sag Harbor man told police Aug. 4 that he was punched in the face that night, causing his glasses to break and his tooth to chip. He said he was visiting a man's girlfriend at the time when the man hit him.
• A Water Mill resident told police July 19 that someone came into her backyard, swam in the pool, and left garbage behind. When it was discovered who did it, the homeowner decided not to pursue charges and police said they consider the matter closed.
• Several mailboxes were damaged on North Haven overnight between Aug. 9 and Aug. 10.
• East End Clam Bake reported Aug. 6 that sometime overnight someone cut off a padlock from an outdoor cooler and took 10 live lobsters and lump crabmeat.
• A property manager visited a residence on West Neck in North Sea and discovered a rear glass door was open and the glass was broken out of it. No items were reported missing from the residence.
• A Baldwinsville man told police Aug. 5 that a telephone account was opened in his name May 3, 2011, at an unknown place. A person he does not know was added to the authorized users list on his account, according to the incident report. The man also lives in Bridgehampton, and because he does not know where the identity theft took place, he requested town police create a file so Verizon will clear unauthorized charges from his account.