• A man from Southold told police on October 1 that while his truck was parked on Main Bayview Road, his rear tire had been punctured. The police confirmed it.

• Police arrested William Vollmer, 58, of Melville on October 2 after he was arrested for failing to keep the traffic lane as he headed west on Route 25. After Mr. Vollmer was arrested Performed poorly in a voluntary roadside sobriety test, he was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters for arraignment in the morning.

• Southold Police came to the aid of a Greenport code enforcement officer on October 2 after reporting four intoxicated men who refused to leave Mitchell Park. The four men left the park when the police dispersed them.

• A member of the Cedar Beach Park Association told police on October 1 that several stop signs in the area had been removed from the ground and disappeared. The signs were not owned by the city, but belonged to the private association, whose members are expected to replace them, says a report.

• While on patrol on October 3, a Southold policeman spotted Benjamin Oliver at the bus stop near Mattituck Plaza. “Oliver has an active arrest warrant outside of Suffolk County,” a report said. Southold Police turned Mr. Oliver over to the County Fugitive Squad. No further information was provided.

• A Laurel woman told police on October 1 that an unknown person kicked two slats on her fence, which had happened before. The woman told police she believed the assailant was the same both times. The woman was advised to place a security camera on a tree facing the fence.

• On October 3, police stopped a car traveling at high speed on Route 48 in Cutchogue. The driver, Osiel Gomez-Conzalez of East Marion, 31, was arrested after officers determined he was intoxicated. He was then transported to headquarters for a morning arraignment.

• A loud music complaint brought police to a location on Route 48 in Peconic, where a wedding was in progress. Police determined that the music was being played at an appropriate level.

• A man from Mattituck told police on October 1 that a man from Southold was sending him vulgar text messages and wanted them to stop. He asked the police to document the incident.

• Police intervened at Clarks Beach in Greenport on October 3 to investigate a disturbance report involving fishermen. There, police told fishermen to leave the area after picking up their garbage and equipment.

• A Garden City man told police on September 28 that he was the victim of identity theft. The man said that over the past year an unknown person had gained access to his bank accounts and personal information, including his social security and driver’s license numbers. He told police he froze all of his accounts. The investigation is continuing.

• Another case of identity theft was reported to police on October 1, when a woman in Greenport said she had received documents indicating she had been refused a loan that she did not had never asked, had changed his address on two debit cards, and had received mail from Ohio about an unemployment insurance pandemic. The investigation is continuing.

• A woman in Mattituck told police on October 1 that she received unwanted text messages and voicemail messages from a man in Mattituck. She asked police how she could get a protection order, according to a report.

• On October 1, police stopped a car on Route 25 in Mattituck for failing to keep its line of traffic. The stop led to the arrest of driver Jose Ortega-Lopez of Riverhead, who failed a roadside field sobriety test. The defendant was transported to headquarters for questioning.

• Loud music brought police to an address on Route 25 in Southold on October 2nd. A wedding was underway at the site and one person said the event will be over at midnight.

• A Laurel man told police on September 28 that his roommate stole a Nintendo Switch, a bottle of Ralph Lauren Blue cologne and a bottle of Chrome Azzaro cologne, as well as a Trek bike. .

• A report of missing shoes brought police to an address in Greenport on September 28. A man from Greenport told police he left his clothes at a laundromat overnight and may have mistakenly taken the shoes, which belonged to someone else. The man searched his belongings and discovered that he had someone else’s shoes, which were then returned to the owner.

The individuals named in the police reports have not been convicted of any felony or offense. The charges against them may subsequently be reduced or withdrawn, or they may be declared innocent.

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