Crimes and suspicious incidents recently reported to the :
• An employee of Sebonac Golf Club reported July 10 that the day prior two flags and flag poles were removed from the golf course, and a caddy observed two youths waving two Sebonac flag poles while on a boat entering the Shinnecock Inlet. The owner of the boat was contacted and agreed to have the flags returned without further police action.
• Three boys were seen and heard leaving the woods of Suffolk Avenue in Flanders saying “You’re all gonna burn,” on July 17, according to an incident report. When police arrived, the fire was out and a Southampton Town fire marshal was on scene. Police said all three boys were identified be a witness.
• A Hampton Bay woman reported July 16 that sometime since May 1 a $10,000 platinum three-diamond ring and a $3,000 Tiffany gold chain were taken from her top dresser drawer in her Alanson Avenue apartment.
• A Hampton Bays man reported July 21 that after having a party the previous night at his Windemere Close home, his MacBook Air, valued at $1,500, went missing.
• A Port Washington woman came to police headquarters on July 21 to report that someone who she knows took her debit card and used her PIN at Chase Bank in Riverhead to withdraw $300. Chase was notified and has video and documentation of the transaction, police said.
• A Brooklyn Heights woman reported July 21 that on July 14 she forgot her camera at World Pie in Bridgehampton and when she called the staff to look for it, the camera could not be found. The camera was a Fuji X100, valued at $1,200.
• A Sagaponack woman reported July 16 that at an unknown time someone stole patio furniture from her Haines Path property. The teak furniture included a table, five chairs and one bench. The total estimated value of the furniture is $3,100.
• A W.F. McCoy Petroleum employee reported July 19 that sometime overnight someone stole a company van from his driveway on Chester Avenue in Bridgehampton. The vehicle had been left unlocked and the keys were under the driver’s side floor mat, according to the incident report. The vehicle was last seen headed northbound toward Maple Lane. The van contained tools and repair equipment, according to the incident report.
• A Sagaponack man reported July 19 that sometime on July 17 someone removed four surfboards valued at $1,000 each from his Hedges Lane backyard.
• A Flanders construction worker reported July 16 that sometime between July 13 and that day someone removed two Hitachi saws valued at $1,100 each and a number of other power tools worth anywhere from $150 to $400 each from the kitchen and basement of an East Quogue home where he was working a job.
• A Westhampton woman reported to police on July 15 that her neighbor informed her that on July 10 three male youths from the neighborhood broke the fence on her property and went swimming in her pool. Police said the youths were located at their homes and admitted to using the pool. The homeowner did not wish to pursue criminal charges, but wished that the parents were informed.
• A Riverside man said that his left his bedroom locked on July 18, but when he returned the door was unlocked and several items were missing, including his wallet, credit card, Social Security card and EBT card. Ninety soma pills, valued at $200, and 31 suboxone pills, valued at $300, were also reported missing.
• A Westhampton man reported on July 20 that sometime overnight someone took a bat and smashed the windshield, roof and hood of his 2007 Chevy Cobalt.
Leaving the Scene of an Accident
• A Hampton Bays Volunteer Ambulance Corps member reported July 21 that when he parked on Springville Road during an emergency car and was getting out of his vehicle to render air, a passing vehicle’s side view mirror hit his door, causing damage. The driver pulled over, got out of his vehicle, then got back in and drove of without reporting the accident or exchanging information, according to the incident report.
• An area resident called police July 21 to report a vehicle on the beach at the end of Penny Lane in Hampton Bays. Police checked it out and could not find the owner at the beach, It appeared that the Nissan four-door sedan went through the guardrail and onto the beach, police said. The registered owner of the vehicle was contacted. He told police that his friend was driving the vehicle the night before and he is unsure of what happened that night or how he got home, according to the incident report.
• A Hampton Bays woman reported July 20 that while driving on Fanning Avenue and Canoe Place Road she was hit from behind by a black Ford pickup, driven by a man in his early 30s, bald, wearing a black shirt. The man left the scene without reporting the accident, the woman said.
• A Riverhead resident reported that while in Quiogue a motorist backed a vehicle into her car, a fence and a telephone pole, and left before police arrived. The vehicle was located at Otis Ford with moderate rear-end damage, but police were unable to immediately contact the owner, who had a Brooklyn address.
• A Hampton Bay woman reported July 20 that after leaving her car in the Hamptons Bays movie theater parking lot while she watched a film, she returned to find that a vehicle had struck the driver’s side rear panel of her vehicle and left the scene.
• A Mattituck taxi driver reported July 17 that when driving on Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton and making a left turn, a dump truck passing him on the right struck his vehicle and kept going,
• A Flanders woman reported July 16 that while driving on Flanders Road a white pickup truck four-door crew cab hit her vehicle and left the scene without stopping.