A weekly round-up of reported crimes and suspicious incidents from the :
Leaving the Scene
• An East Quogue resident reported on August 4 that while parked in the parking lot in Hampton Bays someone struck his car and left. Police said they canvassed the area, but reported negative results.
• An East Quogue resident notified police on August 5 that someone shattered the rear window of her car, which was parked on Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays. Police said they canvassed the area with no results.
• On August 5, a Holtsville resident told police that someone damaged the driver's side mirror of his car, which was parked on Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays. Police say there were no witnesses.
• A Hampton Bays resident told police on August 4 that someone stuck his car while it was parked on Lighthouse Road in Hampton Bays. Police say there were no witnesses to the incident.
• On August 5, Police responded to a call of a pick-up truck that struck a water-pump and a tree on North Sea Road in Southampton. Police say the truck was gone by the time they arrived.
• A man reported to police on August 5 that while backing out of a driveway in Sag Harbor, a car stuck his tow truck and left the scene. Police say the driver of the car circled back to the incident scene while the victim was being interviewed and stopped in a nearby driveway. The suspect car was impounded, however the driver ran off.
• A Riverside resident told police on August 3 that someone stole a GPS and IPod from his car, which was parked on Old Quogue Road. Police say the man’s car was unlocked.
• A North Haven resident told police on August 4 that someone stole an oversized, wooden chair from his front porch on Fresh Pond Road.
• A resident of Hampton Bays told police on August 4 that someone used spray paint to paint two boxes on his trailer that was parked on Little Cobb Road in Watermill.
• The beach manager at Sagg Main Beach called police on August 2 to report that someone made graffiti on the walls of the men’s bathroom using magic marker.
• A resident of Westhampton called police on August 3 to report that sometime between July 29 and August 3 someone broke into her home and stole a stereo receiver and a black speaker.