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• The interior of a Jeep was sprayed with a fire extinguisher taken from outside one of the rooms at the in Montauk on the night of July 14. Police said the entire interior was covered with powder. No estimate for the cleanup was provided.
• About $2,100 in teak patio chairs were stolen from a condo on Huckleberry Lane in East Hampton between May 19 and June 12, according to the homeowner. The condo manager reported that the patio had been power washed and the furniture had just been moved. When it was not returned by July 16, the homeowner filed a larceny complaint.
• When a Montauk woman returned to her car that was parked outside of the Memory Motel on Montauk Highway on July 13, she found that $2,600 in cash was missing from her purse, which she left on the back seat. She told police she had locked her car, but found it unlocked. The car also had new scratches around it. However, as it turned out, the woman's father had actually taken the money in an effort to teach his daughter a lesson about not leaving her valuables susceptible to being stolen. He told police he did not intend for the incident to be reported to police. The woman said she would be more careful.
• An Adderall prescription bottle was stolen from inside a car that was parked at the parking lot on South Erie Street overnight on July 12. There were about 60 pills in it, according to the person it was prescribed to. The report was not filed until July 18.
• A Lynbrook woman told police her Michael Kors purse was stolen at the on between July 15 at 11 p.m. and July 16 3 a.m. Her bag had been sitting on the bar. She said it contained her iPhone, worth about $200, and $300 in cash.
• The Montauk Florist fell victim to some criminal mischief on Thursday night. Someone smashed the two decorative lobster pots outside the business on South Etna Avenue.
• A Medford man called police on Sunday morning after an unusual tactit to hail a cab took place in Montauk. The driver was behind the wheel of a 1997 van, driving south on Edgemere Street when a person tried to get his attention for a ride, near the . The person grabbed the door handle and di dnot let it go causing the sliding-side door to rip off of the tracks. The window shattered and the door was damaged to the tune of about $1,000.
• An outboard Mercury motor was stolen from a Zodiac on Three Mile Harbor Drive between July 8 and July 12. The gas tank and fuel line were also taken. The motor was valued at about $900.
• A highly intoxicated subject leaving reportedly damaged an outdoor patio lamp heater on Sunday afternoon. The man agreed to pay for the damages — about $330. He was advised never to return to the resort hotel again.