Crimes and suspicious incident recently reported to the :
• A Noyac man reported June 12 that sometime between June 9 and that day someone keyed every panel of his special/limited edition Corvette, causing several thousand dollars of damage. He said that he is not in a dispute with anyone, but the week before he had taken down some tree stands on his Middle Lane Highway property that a young hunter had been using. He said the hunter has been poaching on his property for a few years.
• A waitress at in Hampton Bays reported June 8 that after her shift she returned to her parked vehicle and discovered all four tires were flat and the right rear window was shattered. Police said the owner of the property where the waitress parked, who has been in a dispute with the restaurant over parking and noise, said that he noticed the vehicle parked on his property, but did not damage it. The waitress told police that she thought it was the proper place for employee parking.
• A Hampton Bays man reported June 10 that sometime during the eight preceding days someone damaged the door to his shed and broke the lock then stole a Craftsman gas-powered weed trimmer and a white propane tank.
• An East Quogue woman reported June 12 that someone destroyed her sedum plants by placing a large decorative boulder on them.
• A Hampton Bays man reported June 10 that someone sprayed an oil-based substance on the windows of his North Road residence and on his vehicle. The substance did not cause damage to the residence and could be washed off, but it did cause damage to the vehicle, according to the incident report.
• A Sag Harbor man reported June 13 that sometime during the previous night someone damaged his mailbox with a bat or stick.
• A Manhattan woman reported June 16 that she accidentally left her wallet behind at the check-out counter of a Hampton Bays grocery store and when she went back for it, neither she nor the store employees could locate it. The woman told police the wallet contained $500 cash, a driver’s license and multiple credit and debit cards.
• in Hampton Bays reported that overnight from June 11 to June 12, a $15,000 Tropicana refrigerator was stolen and a small refrigerator was left in its place. According to the incident report, the stolen refrigerator was in the process of being cleaned.
• A Wading River man reported June 10 that property was stolen from his house that is up for sale in Eastport, which has been vacant for two years. He said that when he went to the house to mow the lawn, as he does periodically, he discovered the rear door was broken into and copper pipes were removed from the basement.
• A Bridgehampton woman reported June 11 that several items were stolen from her unlocked garage on Butter Lane, including five green lounge chair cushions valued at $825, two wooden Dalmatian carvings, one wooden birdhouse, one pressure washer, a DeWalt drill and four extension cords.
• A Sag Harbor man reported June 11 that his prescription medicine kept in a refrigerator at his place of business in Sag Harbor was stolen.
Leaving the Scene of an Accident
• A Hampton Bays woman reported June 13 that a man in a blue pickup truck pulled out in front of her at the Springville Road and Bay Avenue West intersection in Hampton Bays and struck the driver’s side of her vehicle before fleeing. There was minor damage to her front bumper, according to the incident report.
• A Hampton Bays man reported June 11 that after he parked his vehicle in a town parking lot on Dune Road in Hampton Bays, he discovered damage to the right rear side. The impact point was 4 feet high, which led to the belief the second vehicle may have had a boat in tow.
• A Hampton Bays man reported June 13 that someone filed a tax return using his Social Security number and now the IRS is holding his actual tax return pending the outcome of an investigation.