Recent crimes and suspicious incidents reported to the .
• In Flanders on Sept. 9, a man who lives on Brookhaven Avenue reported to police that several items located in his gated backyard were damaged, including a trampoline net and a pool skimmer net. The damage to the equipment is estimated to be $130.
• A Flanders woman told police that her pocketbook was taken from her unlocked vehicle Sept. 8. The car had been parked in her driveway on Risa Court. Later, the contents of the purse were found in the woods nearby by a neighbor and the items were returned to its owner.
• In East Quogue on Sept. 5, a homeowner on Griffing Road reported to police that a pool heater and pump were taken from his property. The items are valued at $4,100.
• In Flanders last week, a man who lives on Priscilla Avenue reported that he confronted a trespasser who had previously removed several Adirondack chairs from his backyard. The alleged thief, said police, promised to return the chairs but failed to do so by the time the report was filed.
Theft of Services
• A patron of South Pointe nightclub in Southampton left the club back in May without paying his bill. The manager of the establishment notified police last week of the matter and cops are investigating.
• On Sept. 5, three felony arrests related to an East Quogue home break-in on Spinney Road were reported by police. The alleged burglary originally occurred on July 11. Gustavo Gonzalez, 18, Wilson Garcia, 20, and Eli Garcia, 18, were charged with second-degree burglary.
In North Sea on Sept. 2, a woman reported a burglary at her home on Emerson Drive. Police said $470 in cash was stolen from the home. Whomever is responsible could face a felony charge of second-degree burglary.
Leaving the Scene of an Accident
•In Southampton on Sept. 2, a Sag Harbor woman reported that her Toyota was struck on the driver’s side rear bumper by a white minivan while she was stopped in a line of traffic on Noyac Road. Police later located the driver at his home on North Sea Road and the driver admitted to the collision. He was issued a ticket for appearance in court.
• A woman who parked at the Speonk train station on Aug. 31 filed a report last week that another vehicle struck her car, causing damage to it. The suspect left the scene without reporting the accident. Police are investigating.
• A catering employee who was working at the Hampton Classic in Bridgehampton told police Sept. 2 that he was struck in the face by a woman who yelled at him for dropping a dish and breaking it. No arrests related to the incident were reported.
• In Noyac on Sept. 3, a Southampton man reported to police that, during a floral delivery on Noyac Road, another man punched him in the face and attacked him after motioning for him to pull over on the road. The attacker faces a charge of second-degree harassment, a misdemeanor, if apprehended.