Also on the Logs
Edna T. Trunzo contacted police on Feb. 13 after receiving a text message from a person claiming to be with something called Winners International who wanted to discuss a $1.5-million prize. The caller seemed to have information about Ms. Trunzo’s savings account. She spoke to her bank and no suspicious activity was reported.
East Hampton Village Police spoke to a man who was shoveling snow from the sidewalk onto the road on Newtown Lane on Feb. 12 at about 4:45 p.m. He was creating a hazard, police said. He agreed to move the snow to a different area.
The owner of a 1999 Isuzu was issued a village code violation when his car alarm sounded in the I.G.A. parking lot for multiple hours on Feb. 13.
A man on Buell Lane found a hose from his neighbor’s property through the fence between them that was draining onto his property and an adjoining one on Sunday at about 6:20 p.m. Police spoke to the hose owner, who shut off the pump immediately.
Peter Mabanta arrived at his house on South Fairview Avenue after two days away on Feb. 7 to find his yard and lawn torn up and damage to a stockade fence. In all, Mr. Mabanta said it would cost over $1,500 to repair. The investigating police officer said tire tracks were made with a dually pickup truck based on how mud was wedged between two tires, leaving a pyramid-shaped line. The officer believed the damage was done on the night of Feb. 6 based on the water in the tire tracks.
A woman’s down jacket, worth $150, was reported stolen from the Shagwong restaurant on Montauk Highway in the early morning hours of Feb. 3. Lisa Brennan told police her daughter, Carrie, had worn the tan-green jacket with an orange interior that she bought in Ireland this fall. She left it in the first booth just after midnight.
Police also released an assault report this week that was filed on Dec. 7. Charlotte A. Morley of Ridgewood, N.J., contacted police about a prior assault that she said took place on July 1 at about 11:45 p.m. at the Memory Motel. She said a woman punched her repeatedly in the face in a bathroom there, causing facial injuries for which she sought medical attention in Connecticut on July 3. She now wanted to press charges.
Sag Harbor Village
Robert Brochu, the Sag Harbor postmaster, said a delivery truck struck the side door of a mail carrier’s vehicle parked on Long Island Avenue, causing damage, on Friday morning. The truck driver claimed to have hit only the side-view mirror.
Ben Sneed called police to Hillside Drive East on Friday to report illegal dumping across the street from his house. Police found a large pile of broken concrete had been left at 22 Hillside Drive East.