A woman accused of stalking the actor Alec Baldwin in New York City this weekend may have followed him to his home in Amagansett.
Chief Ed Ecker said on Monday that his department was called to Baldwin's house over a week ago.
According to the incident report, a woman in a silver sedan pulled into his driveway and exited the vehicle on March 31. Baldwin called police at at about 4:40 p.m., but the woman had already driven off when an officer arrived. The department looked for the vehicle, but could not locate it.
He provided police with a description of the woman — mid-40s, shoulder length dirty blond hair, wearing a jacket and a violet colored top.
There is no mention of an ongoing stalking problem in the report.
Baldwin told police he would call them again if the woman returned, the police report said.
The "30 Rock" actor and his girlfriend Hilaria Thomas were engaged the same weekend during their stay on the South Fork.
On Sunday morning, town police received a call from a New York City Police Department detective informing them that a suspect, Genevieve Sabourin, had been identified, Ecker said.
"That's the first I heard of it," he said.
The detective faxed a copy of the complaint to the town police.
According to The New York Post, Sabourin, a 40-year-old Canadian actress sent emails and text messages to Baldwin confessing her love for him, that she wanted to have his baby and that she needed money.
The Post reports that Sabourin flew from Montreal to harass Baldwin last weekend.
Ecker said that charges related to the report filed in Amagansett aren't likely. "It's trespassing and it really depends on whether or not she was told to stay off the property," he said, adding, so far, "No one has requested that."