According to Southampton Town Police, Gerrilyn Drexel, 41, of Noyac, called police on Saturday, March 6, from a Bridgehampton home, belonging to her boyfriend, claiming she had been stabbed and needed an ambulance. The Sag Harbor Ambulance was dispatched. Once police arrived at the scene they allegedly searched the house with Drexel’s boyfriend and found her cowering behind a set of bunk beds in her children’s room. She was unharmed. According to Police Sergeant Herbert Johnson, who was there at the scene, Drexel was intoxicated and thus wasn’t transported to a psychiatric facility. Police say they were given a copy of the original 911 call and determined that the voice on the tape belonged to Drexel. She was transported to Southampton Town Police Headquarters and held for a morning arraignment. She faces charges of falsely reporting an incident in the third degree, a misdemeanor.
On Sunday, March 7, Alan McGregor, 23, of Flanders, was allegedly seen by Sag Harbor Village Police making an illegal U-turn on Main Street after backing out of a parking space. Police stopped McGregor on Route 114 in North Haven, where police say they discovered McGregor’s breath smelled of alcohol, his eyes were watery and his gait was unsteady. McGregor was held at the Sag Harbor Police station for a morning arraignment. He faces charges of driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor.
According to the Sag Harbor Village Police, several smoked joints were found at the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum last Friday. The joints were discovered by museum staff and some board members when they arrived for a meeting in an upstairs room. The group wanted the incident documented.
A Sag Harbor resident call Sag Harbor Village Police on Friday, March 5, seeking to file a missing person’s report for her mother. According to the daughter, she had gone to her mother house and found it was empty. The mother, who is 57 years old and a resident of Latham Street, was actually at the movies and called her daughter when she returned.
Sag Harbor Village Police received a complaint Tuesday filed by a woman who is allegedly receiving harassing phone calls. The woman told police the speaker is unknown to her, but says they will threaten her with bodily harm if she returns back to Colombia.
According to Southampton Town Police, Gerrilyn Drexel, 41, of Noyac, called police on Saturday, March 6, from a Bridgehampton property claiming she had been stabbed and needed an ambulance. The Sag Harbor Ambulance was dispatched, but once they arrived at the scene police say they learned the report was false and Drexel was unhurt. Drexel was transported to Southampton Town Police Headquarters and held for a morning arraignment. She faces charges of falsely reporting an incident in the third degree, a misdemeanor.
Southampton Town Police received two separate reports of graffiti last week. On Thursday, March 4, video surveillance in the Bridgehampton Commons showed two subjects creating graffiti on the east side wall of a storage building in the back of the shopping center. The orange and black paint was used to make the tags “Temo” and “Mage Blood.” The day before, March 3, a Bridgehampton landscaper reported to police that his business vehicles were covered in tag marks and graffiti.
An employee at a Noyac-based golf course told Southampton Town Police that on Monday, March 1, he chased several teens off the property, who were trespassing and skateboarding on the asphalt road. The employee claims he was verbally assaulted by the youths. Video surveillance footage allegedly shows the kids kicking in a “No Trespassing” sign on their way into the property.
The caretaker of a Bridgehampton home on Halsey Lane informed Southampton Town Police on Wednesday, March 3, that $3,000 worth of copper downspouts were stolen from his employer’s residence sometime early this month. The next day a neighbor reported that 12 copper downspouts, worth $4,000, were taken from her home. That same day, personnel at a Bridgehampton real estate firm called police telling them that 60 feet of copper had been stolen from the exterior of their building.
According to Southampton Town Police, Douglas Williams, 52, of St. James, N.Y., turned himself into police for stealing a 200 pound propane tank from a Foster Avenue property in Bridgehampton. The incident was reported on February 22 and Williams turned himself in Wednesday, March 3. He faces charges of petit larceny, a misdemeanor.
Jose Patino, 32, of East Hampton was allegedly pulled over by Southampton Town Police on Monday, March 1, in Noyac for failing to maintain his lane of traffic. Police say they discovered Patino’s license was suspended for driving while intoxicated in July 2009. Patino’s 1998 Saturn was impounded and he faces charges of aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the second degree, a misdemeanor.