When thousands of protesters against police violence and systemic racism took to the streets of the East End’s hamlets and villages in early June, organizers decided to work with local police departments in setting up the marches — in what may have been a stark contrast to those confronting departments in some of the nation’s cities.
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But even before Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a call for major reform of police departments across the state, Sag Harbor Village Police Chief Austin J. McGuire had begun a top-to-bottom review of his department’s policies and guidelines, many of which date to the 1980s, if not before.
Almost 30 vehicles in Sag Harbor Village were riffled through Saturday night, with a handful of cases reported to police where money or valuables were taken from the unlocked vehicles.
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Board members with the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce filed a police report on Tuesday after the producer of a planned drone light show for the Chamber’s 10th annual HarborFrost winter festival failed to attend the event, despite receiving payment.
Ruth Kalb, 80, a Sag Harbor art dealer who goes by the name Vered, was arrested Wednesday, February 12, by Sag Harbor Village police at Tutto Giorno restaurant on Main Street following a screening of the documentary, “Conscience Point.”
Proponents of New York State’s new Green Light Law say the new rules, which removed a 2007 requirement of legal immigration documents to receive a driver’s license, have been working well, and they are celebrating the extent to which it has been embraced.
Village Police responded to a whopping 7,552 calls for service last year, up 47.2 percent from 2018, when there were only 5,129 calls.
In the end, the family home was gutted from the conflagration that started somehow in the basement, spreading quickly throughout the home.
When a new law focused on criminal justice reform goes into effect on January 1, judges throughout the State of New York will no longer be able to require bail even for charges such as vehicular manslaughter.