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Incident Reports: Homes, Businesses Burglarized

Among many more burglaries, $8,000 worth of jewelry taken in Sag Harbor and $5,000 worth of copper pipe stolen at a Quiogue home.

Crimes and suspicious incidents recently reported to the Southampton Town Police Department: 

Burglary

• A Sag Harbor woman reported Dec. 27 that sometime since Dec. 23 someone took $300 worth of change and $8,000 worth of jewelry from her Walnut street home, after finding a spare key to the house in the basement.

• A Riverside resident reported to police Dec. 21 that someone broke into her Vail Avenue home through a back window and took a DVD player, CD player, white gold diamond ring, white gold “P” initial ring and a blue sapphire skinny band.

• The owner of Tully’s Seafood in Hampton Bays reported that overnight between Dec. 18 and Dec. 19, someone broke the rear door window of the business and broke into a safe, stealing $600.

• A Flanders man reported that on Dec. 26 between 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. that day someone entered his County Road 104 home through an unlocked rear door and took an $830 laptop.

• A Flanders man reported that sometime between Dec. 17 and Dec. 25, someone entered his Royal Avenue residence by prying open a side window and stole copper piping from the basement.

•A Hampton Bays woman reported Dec. 20 that sometime since Dec. 18 someone took a computer monitor, computer speakers and a WiFi antenna from the basement of her Bay Avenue North home.

• A Quiogue woman reported Dec. 28 that sometime since the day before someone entered her Deborah Drive home by kicking in the front door and stole all of the copper pipe from her basement, valued at $5,000. The home was vacant at the time, as she just purchased it three weeks prior, according to the incident report,

Criminal Mischief

• A Riverhead resident reported Dec. 21 that sometime overnight in East Quogue, someone shattered the rear window and a driver’s side window of his vehicle.

• A Tuckahoe man reported that overnight between Dec. 14 and Dec. 15 someone threw a large stone at his windshield, which was parked in his driveway on North Magee Street. The stone was taken from a planter near the roadside, according to the incident report.

Grafitti

• Three spray paint cans were recovered for fingerprint analysis outside 1602 County Road 39, where the building was vandalized.

Menacing

• A Northampton man reported Dec. 27 that another man struck the rear window of his 2004 Toyota Camry with a baseball bat, while threatening to kill him.

Forgery

• Deli Delight in East Quogue reported Dec. 30 that a white man used a counterfeit $20 bill to buy a sandwich and left in a gray Toyota pickup.

Grand Larceny

• A Hampton Bays man reported Dec. 22 that on Dec. 18 he left his wallet on the counter at the Hampton Bays McDonald’s and video surveillance shows a white male taking it. The wallet contained $800 cash a credit card, bank card and Illinois pistol permit.

• A Speonk man reported Dec. 26 that sometime since Dec. 12 someone used the keys from his office desk to open his locked closet and safe and removed $3,300 in hundred dollar bills. 

Identity Theft

• A North Sea man reported Dec. 26 that a collection agency told him he owes Cablevision $1,122, but he has never subscribed to cable and never resided at the Woods Lane residence that was receiving the cable service.

oonald January 04, 2013 at 11:46 PM
I live in Hampton bays, my whole life fifty years. It's very sad to live her now, we have been invaded and it's to late to do anything about it. So much crime, It was never like this good luck fellow Americans
Carol Combes January 10, 2013 at 02:38 PM
As I have said "welcome to the new America." Especially be aware of ones surrondings and have personal protecction of alarm systems or "other protection" in ones home.... Better yet have nothing no one wants. Carol

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