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Cops: Pizza Delivery Man Stiffed On Dough

Incidents reported to Southampton Police during the week through Jan. 29.

Recent crimes and suspicious incidents reported to the Southampton Town Police Department west of the Shinnecock Canal.

Theft of Service

A pizza delivery driver brought food to home in Flanders but was not paid, Southampton Town police said. According to Southampton Town police, a complainant reported that his delivery driver was not paid for a delivery of pizza, soda, bread, and barbecue wings, which totaled $46.36. The complainant said an unknown caller ordered items the items did not pay upon delivery and added that the caller gave a fictitious name and improper address, in order to obtain the items. Upon delivery, police said the subject was allegedly standing outside a residence, received the items, and ran off into the woods with the food. Police checked into the surrounding area without finding the caller; police said the caller did not live at the location he gave. The case is pending; no further details are immediately available.

Leaving the Scene of An Accident

A Ridge woman reported that on 8:11 p.m. in Riverside, an unknown driver operating a 1996 Ford Mustang with Virginia plates hit her car and drove away prior to the arrival of police. Her car, police said, was located on a private road and unattended. The car was impounded and brought to Southampton Town police headquarters for further investigation. Later, police said, on Jan. 23, the driver was located and issued a summons in Flanders.

For incident reports east of the canal, visit Southampton Patch.

Boo January 31, 2013 at 11:26 AM
1999 Mustang with Virginia plates. Hmmm....couldn't be an illegal immigrant could it? Oh well, soon to be legal if Obummer has his way!
cm January 31, 2013 at 03:44 PM
Most hit and runs are caused by illegals. They know they wont be caught. Come on.....they got here illegally and we dont do anything about it. The laws dont apply to them. Only to the hard working tax paying Americans.

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