Crimes and suspicious incidents reported to the Southampton Town Police Department:
• A quantity of copper piping was reported stolen from several homes on Cold Spring Point Road in Southampton that suffered storm damage. Extra patrols in the area were requested by the complainant.
• On Nov. 2, a New York City woman reported that alcoholic beverages were stolen from her home in Sag Harbor during the recent hurricane and some damage was done to the interior of the home. The house is located on Noyac Road.
• A burglary was reported in Hampton Bays Oct. 28 during which copper piping from a basement was removed from a home on Fairview Road.
• A woman in Riverside told police Nov. 3 that her child was sexually abused on Oct. 27. Detectives interviewed the child according to the report and an investigation is continuing into the incident. No arrests related to the complaint have yet been reported.
• In Riverside on Oct. 30, a wallet was reported stolen out of a Ford Ranger pickup that was parked at the complainant's driveway on Old Quogue Road. Missing is $1,200 in cash and $650 in checks.
• At the Burger King in Southampton on Nov. 1, a Staten Island woman complained to police that her wallet was stolen from a table at the restaurant. Missing is an array of credit cards, $60 in cash and personal identification.
• In Westhampton on Nov. 5, a woman told police that items were taken out of a car that was parked at a Westhampton Beach School District property. Police are investigating.
• On Oct. 30, a Riverhead man reported that his vehicle was taken from a location on County Road 104 in Riverside. The complainant said the vehicle was locked and the keys were inside.
• A white iPhone 5 was taken from the front seat of a Toyota Camry on Suffolk Avenue in Flanders Oct. 30. The owner of the car is a man from Queens.
• On Oct. 28, a Mastic man reported that $100 in cash was taken from the center console of his Hyundai vehicle that was parked at the Hampton Gas Station on County Road 39.
• A Sag Harbor man reported Oct 31 that someone threw two small rocks into his vehicle's side rear window. The car was parked, said police, on Long Beach Lane in Noyac.
• On Oct. 30, a Riverside man told police that someone cut open the convertible top of his vehicle that was parked on Phillips Avenue. The complainant told cops that he wished to document the incident for insurance purposes.
Leaving the Scene of an Accident
• On Nov. 1, a Shelter Island woman told police that her vehicle was struck on Main Street in Bridgehampton while she was in traffic. The other driver reportedly left the scene without exchanging information.