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Homeless Sex Offender Charged With Drinking in Public

Also on the Southampton Town blotter, grand larceny charges.

Recent crimes and suspicious incidents reported to the Southampton Town Police Department. 

Drinking in Public

Southampton Town police report that a Level 2 homeless sex offender, Carl Graves, 53, who was last known to be incarcerated at the Suffolk County Correctional Facility in Riverside, was arrested by the Amityville police department and charged with drinking in public.

Southampton Town detectives said they had an active case from Graves' failing to register under the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services of any change in his address. New York State law requires that sex offenders must notify DCJS of any address change within 10 days of moving. Graves is currently incarcerated at the Suffolk County Correction Facility.

Grand Larceny

• A Flanders resident told police on Jan. 9 that someone charged $200 at AT&T in Bridgehampton to her Chase bank card.

Sex Offender Issues January 16, 2013 at 05:25 PM
Since when did drinking in public become a crime? If that is true, then why not visit all the local bars, restaurants, and other places, and arrest everybody?

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