Crimes and suspicious incidents recently reported to the Southampton Town Police Department:
• On Nov. 17, a Riverside woman reported that someone threw a beer bottle at her on Peconic Avenue, causing a laceration to her eye. An investigation into the matter is ongoing.
• In Flanders Nov. 12, a woman reported that her locked car that was parked on Priscilla Avenue was broken into and a stereo and speakers worth $800 were stolen. Police said entry was made by prying open the driver’s side door.
• A Flanders woman told police Nov. 15 that a DVD player and GPS device worth $340 were taken from her vehicle that was parked on Meadowbrook Lane.
• In Riverside Nov. 16, a woman told police that a Tom-Tom GPS device, $300 in cash and a radio were stolen from her vehicle that was parked on Flanders Road.
• At the Shell gas station on Lake Avenue in Riverside, a man was accused Nov. 13 of stealing a 12-pack of Natural Ice beer. No arrests related to the incident were reported.
Leaving the Scene of an Accident
• A Hampton Bays man reported that his car was sideswiped by another car in Flanders Road near Oak Avenue. According to police, the other driver left the scene without exchanging information.
• On Nov. 12, a man who lives on Kirk Avenue in Riverside told police that a trespasser was seen on his property taking a chainsaw out of a shed. No arrests related to the incident have yet been made.