Crimes and suspicious incidents reported to the from May 7 to May 13:
• A Noyac man complained to police May 12 that a neighbor yelled at his daughter and threatened to shoot her dog because the dog is, according to the police report, doing damage on Ridge Drive. The girl and a friend were walking the dog at the time of the incident, police said. No arrests have been made. Police are monitoring the situation.
• A Westhampton man who lives on Sweet Grass Road reported to police May 12 that someone stole his pool heater that was stored in his driveway. No suspects have been named but police are following up on the matter. The missing pool heater is valued at $3,500.
• In Bridgehampton on May 12, a man who lives on Maple Lane reported to police that jewelry and other assorted items of value were taken from his home, which was burglarized in the past. Detectives are investigating the matter.
• The manager at the Hess Station in Southampton reported May 8 to police that two gutter copper pipes were stolen from the southwestern side of the building. The time of occurrence of the theft is estimated to be approximately 6:30 a.m.
•In Speonk on May 7, a woman reported that several items were stolen from her vehicle after a suspect offered to exchange a counterfeit lottery ticket for the items. A black leather Coach handbag, a Verizon cellphone, a black leather jacket, two gold necklaces and four gold rings were reportedly taken. The incident, according to the police report, occurred on Montauk Highway in Speonk.
• A business in East Quogue on Montauk Highway was broken into May 8, police said. Cops reported that damage to the rear door of the business was noted and there was an attempt to pry open the door. A charge of criminal mischief in the fourth degree and attempted burglary could face whatever party is responsible.