detectives are asking for the public's help to locate a man who robbed the TD Bank branch on West Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays on Monday afternoon.
The man handed a bank teller a note indicating that he had a weapon and demanded cash, according to police. The teller complied and the man fled on foot, last seen headed south on East Tiana Road, police said.
is working to relocate the — a place he grew up working in and has owned since 1999 — from its longstanding spot in the complex in Southold across Route 25 into a trailer behind the former Hollister’s steak and seafood restaurant.
Manwaring said he didn’t want to talk too much about the move yet as of Monday morning, but he said he thought he’d be done in about three weeks. He needs to set up shop in the temporary building while the permitting process happens with the to reopen the long vacant Hollister’s.
Voter fraud has marred recent elections and budget votes in , according to former Tuckahoe School Board member Susan Riccardi.
Riccardi, who served on the School Board from 2007 to 2010, alleges that three people who cast ballots in Tuckahoe on May 15 also voted in a neighboring district the same day, and eight or nine more people who voted in Tuckahoe do not reside in the district.
She did not have the names on hand Tuesday night, but said she will be providing them to Patch soon.
Locals say crimes such as prostitution and drug deals are taking place in broad daylight on the streets of Riverside and Flanders — and they have had enough.
At Monday night's meeting of the Flanders, Riverside and Northampton Civic Association, President Brad Bender said increased drug activity, as well as prostitution, in areas including Old Quogue Road, Wildwood Lake, and Vail Avenue, led to the civic group's reaching out to the for answers.
To that end, Southampton Town Police Sergeant Sue Ralph and police officer Craig Slovensky came to listen to residents' concerns and discuss escalating crime in the area.
A Jaguar, a Big Domestic Cat, or a Fox in East Hampton?
The State Department of Environmental Conservation confirmed on Monday that it was investigating , like a jaguar, on the loose in East Hampton. As the week progressed, it told East Hampton Patch that they , likely with mange. And as late as Friday another reader noted that he in East Hampton on Thursday afternoon.