A West Nyack man reported that his blue 2007 Toyota Prius was stolen from the driveway of his friend’s North Sea home last week while he was sleeping.
The victim told Southampton Town Police that his car, which had been parked in the driveway of his friend’s Fresh Pond Road home, was taken between 9:40 p.m. on August 27 and 7:40 a.m. on August 28. He also told police that he believes someone unlawfully entered his friend’s house and stole his car keys and wallet, the latter of which contained $280 in cash and three credit cards.
The four-door Prius is valued at $15,000, according to the police incident report.
Robbed Of $7,000 Cash
A Flanders man said he was assaulted and robbed in front of his Cypress Avenue home while walking home from a local bar shortly after midnight on August 25.
The victim told Southampton Town Police that he was returning home from Cabana Latina on Flanders Road when someone struck him above his left eye, knocking him to the ground and injuring him. His attacker then took his wallet, which contained $7,000 in cash and two checks worth a total of $340, as well as a cellphone, according to the incident report.
The man’s eye was swollen shut and his head was cut, according to the report. The victim’s brother took him to the Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead for treatment.
The victim said he did not see the person who attacked him, according to authorities.
The owner of a Sag Harbor home told Southampton Town Police that a man living with him threatened him after being asked to find another place to live.
The victim, who owns a home on Glenview Drive, said he was allowing the man to live at the home for free in exchange for doing work around the house. But during a phone conversation that took place at around 8 p.m. on August 26, in which the homeowner asked the tenant to leave, the man allegedly stated: “I’m going to beat your head in,” according to the incident report.
The homeowner told officers he wanted the incident documented and that he would seek an order of protection.
A woman reported that $1,000 worth of copper piping, $700 in power cables and a $200 hedge trimmer were stolen on two different dates from her Water Mill home, which is being rebuilt after a fire destroyed it.
The victim said the piping and cables went missing on August 17 from her home on Fourteen Hills Court, and the hedge trimmer was removed on August 29, according to the incident report on file with Southampton Town Police. She told police that she did not decide to file a report until the hedge trimmer was taken.
Police have no suspects but are investigating the thefts.