Crimes and suspicious incidents recently reported to the Southampton Town Police Department:
• A Remsenburg man who parked his 2004 Honda at the Speonk train station Nov. 14 told police that a number of items were taken from the vehicle. Missing is an Apple laptop, a Sony camera, a plasma TV, two watches and two wetsuits.
• In Southampton Nov. 16, a woman told police that several jewelry items were taken from a location on North Main Street. Missing is a designer watch, five bracelets, a pair of gold earrings, three crystal quartz bracelets, a Greek eye charm and a Donna Karan bracelet. The value of the missing items is estimated at $20,000.
• On Nov. 17, a Riverside woman reported that someone threw a beer bottle at her on Peconic Avenue, causing a laceration to her eye. An investigation into the matter is ongoing.
• In Flanders Nov. 12, a woman reported that her locked car that was parked on Priscilla Avenue was broken into and a stereo and speakers worth $800 were stolen. Police said entry was made by prying open the driver’s side door.
• On Nov. 12, a Westhampton woman reported that an iPod nano and a Garmin GPS device were taken from her car that was parked on Hamilton Avenue. The value of the missing items is estimated at $300.
• A Flanders woman told police Nov. 15 that a DVD player and GPS device worth $340 were taken from her vehicle that was parked on Meadowbrook Lane.
• In Riverside Nov. 16, a woman told police that a Tom-Tom GPS device, $300 in cash and a radio were stolen from her vehicle that was parked on Flanders Road.
• At the Shell gas station on Lake Avenue in Riverside, a man was accused Nov. 13 of stealing a 12-pack of Natural Ice beer. No arrests related to the incident were reported.
• On Nov. 16, a Speonk woman told police that $200 in cash was stolen from a drawer in her home on Montauk Highway. The woman told police that she offered a homeless woman whom she met at the Riverhead Walmart to stay overnight at her house that evening. After the guest left, the complainant discovered that the money was missing.
• On Nov. 15, a break-in was reported at a Hampton Bays deli on East Montauk Highway. No items were taken, however, according to police.
• A burglary occurred in Bridgehampton at a home on Toppings Path Nov. 16. According to the report, entry was made into the house through an unlocked rear sliding door and $4,000 in cash was stolen from the pocket of a coat that had been hanging in the victim's closet. Police are investigating.
• An employee at the Enterprise car rental facility on County Road 39 in Southampton reported that the windshield of a rental car was broken by a smashed pumpkin Nov. 17. There are no leads or suspects at this time.
• In East Quogue Nov. 14, a mailbox was reported damaged at a residence. The street where the damage occurred was not named in the report.
• On Nov. 13, a Bridgehampton woman reported that four tires on her car were punctured while it was parked at a location on Ocean Road.
Dog at Large
• In Bridgehampton Nov. 17, a man said he was bitten by a loose dog. The dog’s owner, who lives in Water Mill, was issued an appearance ticket to appear in court.
Leaving the Scene of an Accident
• A Hampton Bays man reported that his car was sideswiped by another car in Flanders Road near Oak Avenue. According to police, the other driver left the scene without exchanging information.
• On Nov. 12, a man who lives on Kirk Avenue in Riverside told police that a trespasser was seen on his property taking a chainsaw out of a shed. No arrests related to the incident have yet been made.
• A Hampton Bays man who lives on Argonne Road told police Nov. 12 that he is being harassed by the ex-boyfriend of his live-in girlfriend. Threatening texts, he said, have been received on his cellphone. Police talked to the man suspected of sending the texts and he agreed to stop.
• A Southampton man reported Nov. 12 that a tow truck operator got out of his truck on County Road 39A in Southampton, opened the victim’s car door and struck him in the face. After the incident, the tow truck driver left the scene. Police are investigating.