Crimes and suspicious incidents recently reported to the Southampton Town Police Department between Sept. 29 and Oct. 8:
• The owner of a 2012 BMW reported to police Oct. 5 that his vehicle was stolen from a driveway on St. Andrews Road in Southampton. Several wedding presents, he said, had been locked in the trunk, such as Wedgewood china, a Sodastream appliance and a portable baby crib.
• A Southampton man reported to police Oct. 2 that his moped scooter was stolen from a parking lot on Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays. If apprehended, the person responsible for the theft could face a charge of fourth-degree grand larceny.
• A gas credit card belonging to an assisted living facility in Hampton Bays was reportedly unlawfully used 23 times by an unknown person, police reported on Oct. 1. The total amount charged was $1,409.
• On Sept. 29, a Westhampton woman told police that several jewelry items were taken from her residence on Quarter Court. Missing is a diamond heart pendant, an emerald and yellow gold ring and two other pieces of jewelry worth about $3,900.
• On Oct. 4, a Remsenberg man who lives on Nidzyn Avenue told police that someone threw a rock at his residence’s front glass door and broke it. After that, the complainant said, a man entered his residence and began yelling at him and then fled in a white van. Police are looking for the individual.
• A GPS device was reported stolen Oct. 2 out of a car that was parked in a residential driveway on North Sea Road in Southampton. The owner of the vehicle told police that the car was unlocked at the time of the theft.
• An employee of a group home in Hampton Bays told police Oct. 1 that $420 set aside for grocery shopping had been stolen from the food pantry at the home.
Leaving the Scene of an Accident
• On Oct. 7, a Manorville woman reported that her car was damaged by another vehicle on West Montauk Highway. According to her statement, the driver of the vehicle left the scene without reporting the damage.
• In Bridgehampton Oct. 1, a woman complained that another driver backed into her car on Hildreth Road and then fled the scene without reporting the accident. Police, however, reported that the matter has since been cleared.
• A Quiogue man who lives on Peters Lane told police that another man who previously lived at the residence punched his living room wall Sept. 29, thereby damaging the drywall. The complainant, however, declined to press charges.
• Four cases of beer were reported stolen from Docker’s restaurant on Dune Road in East Quogue. The manager told police Oct. 1 that two men were seen taking two cases of Pumpkin Ale and tw0 cases of Corona out of an outdoor freezer. Police are investigating the crime.
• A Southampton woman told police Oct. 6 that she was inspecting a rental property she owns on County Road 39 in Southampton when she was verbally harassed by someone on the property. According to the report, the woman who made threats to the landlord is not authorized to live on the property.