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  • A man arrested last month in connection with a hit-and-run accident that left a delivery driver dead in Southampton in April has been indicted.
  • An East Hampton man was arrested on drunken driving charges after the Toyota he was driving crashed into one of the Jewish cemeteries in Sag Harbor last Thursday.
  • Photos taken during what East Hampton Town police have called a road rage incident led to a felony arrest on June 10. A woman, whose name was not released, called police after a motorcyclist punched the side mirror on her new Toyota RAV-4 on June 8. The photos she took helped police get the motorcycle’s license plate number and track down its owner.
  • A fire destroyed a garage being used for storage on a Sagaponack property on Saturday night. When the Bridgehampton Fire Department was called to the property at the northwest corner of Wainscott Harbor Road and Montauk Highway at 8:35 p.m., the wooden building was already engulfed in flames.
  • Sag Harbor Village police arrested three men, Hector A. Suruy-Velasquez, 25, of Riverhead, Antoine Chin, 34, of Flanders, and Marco Quiran Saban, 37, of Southampton, at 4:47 p.m. on June 5 for allegedly going into a house on Rysam Street in the village without permission.
  • Among reports of drunken-driving arrests this week, East Hampton Town police found two drivers “passed out” in their vehicles.
  • As the families of three of the victims of the June 2 plane crash off Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett held a joint service on Friday, police divers found the plane’s wreckage, along with the body of one of the two missing victims.
  • Eleven days after a plane carrying four people crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off Amagansett, police have called off the search for the remaining missing victim, East Hampton Town Police Chief Michael Sarlo said Wednesday afternoon.
  • Recovery efforts will resume Tuesday morning for the remaining missing wreckage from the June 2 plane crash off the Amagansett shoreline, East Hampton Town Police Chief Michael Sarlo said.
  • The identity of the body most recently found is being withheld until the Suffolk County medical examiner's office makes a positive identification, Police Chief Michael Sarlo said.

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