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Southold Town police blotter: Jan. 30 – Feb. 5

Excerpts from the Southold Town Police Press Reports, Feb. 5, 2017

A New Suffolk woman reported to police that some time overnight on Jan. 31 two planters valued at $100 were removed from the front and rear yards of her property. Police are investigating.

Greenport Harbor Brewing Company reported to police that some time overnight on Jan. 31, $1,310 in cash was stolen from the brewery’s Peconic Lane location. Detectives are investigating.

On Feb. 2 Robert Detrick of Southold was pulled over by police on Rt. 48 for having an expired inspection. A data check showed that Derrick was driving with a revoked license and did not have a required ignition interlock device. Additionally, a passenger in his car possessed an order of protection against Detrick. Police arrested him and transported him to headquarters for processing.

On Feb. 4 a Mattituck woman reported that $1,200 had been stolen from her Capital One bank account. She stated that she canceled her accounts and the bank is investigating. Detectives were notified.

A Village Lane, Mattituck woman reported that on Feb. 4 she noticed damage to the passenger side door of her vehicle. Upon investigation, police discovered a dime sized dent which they believe was caused by a pellet gun.

On Feb. 5 police received a call of a possible fire near a Wells Road, Peconic residence. When they arrived they spoke with an Optimum worker who had apparently hit a main power line while working in the area. Southold Fire Department responded and PSEG was called to make repairs.

Editor’s note: A criminal charge is an accusation. By law, a person charged with a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.