Weekly Wrap-Up: Coast Guard Rescue, Mobile Home Fire and Attempted Abduction

Top headlines from the week of March 5.

1. Coast Guard Rescues Two From Oakland's Floating Dock

wo men, who were stranded on a piece of floating dock, were rescued by members on Thursday around 4 p.m.

The men, the Coast Guard reports, were adrift on a piece of dock that broke loose from a marina in Hampton Bays and heading toward the Shinnecock Inlet.

2. Mobile Home Destroyed in Fire

A mobile home at the Hampton Bays Community Mobile Home Park off West Montauk Highway was completely destroyed in a fire Sunday.

3. New Manufacaturing Company Opens in Westhampton

The red ribbon was cut on a new manufacturing business in Westhampton on Friday afternoon. The business, called Head Line Brand Products is selling and making custom deodorants, sunscreens and tattoo and lip balms.

4. Lynn Stoller Collection Moving to Main Street

Designer handbags, shoes and more will soon be front and center on Westhampton Beach's Main Street — the Lynn Stoller Collection, a high-end consignment shop, is moving to main from Moniebogue Lane to 96 Main Street, the former Sway shop, on April 1.

5. Police: Hampton Bays Woman Says She Escaped Abduction

Southampton Police are searching for a man who they say attempted to abduct a Hampton Bays woman on Friday night around 9:48 p.m. According to police, the woman was grabbed from behind by an unknown man as she arrived at her home on East Bay Avenue. She reported to police that she tried to call out for help, but the man grabbed her mouth and threatened her in Spanish. No arrests have been made.


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