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Southold Town Police blotter: Oct. 17 – Oct. 23, 2017

Excerpts from the Southold Town Police Press Reports, Oct. 23, 2017

A Greenport man phoned police on Oct. 16 to report that his neighbor had installed a surveillance camera aimed directly at his home. Police spoke to the neighbor who said the camera was aimed toward a hedge line and side property to enable him to monitor his old deaf dog.

On Oct. 16 someone punctured the tire of a Greenport woman’s car. No further information was provided.

On Oct. 20, a Greenport resident reported to police that a large sum of money was stolen from his vehicle some time during the previous weekend. No further information was available.

A Riverhead man reported that his iPhone valued at $700 was stole from his vehicle while it was parked at the CVS shopping center in Mattituck on Oct. 20. The man was unable to track the phone since it was powered off. Police advised him to contact them if the phone was turned back on and could be tracked.

On Oct. 20 a Greenport woman phoned police to report that her roommate pushed her and pulled her hair. Police responded and spoke to the roommate and advised her against further physical altercations. No charges were pressed by the victim.

A Southold man called 911 on Oct. 21 to report smelling smoke outside his residence. Police responded and smelled smoke, but could find no fire burning and believe the smoke was coming from a wood burning stove.

A Southold woman phoned police on Oct. 22 to report finding a carcass in the woods on the west side of the train station in Southold. Police responded and found a deer carcass that had been stripped hanging in a bag near a tree. Police advised the highway department to remove the carcass. Investigation will continue.