East Hampton Village police released the following reports for the week of Aug. 12.
• A Springs woman was arrested on a misdemeanor criminal contempt in the second degree after she violated a court order, screaming at the victim at the Hampton Jitney stop in front of the Palm restaurant on Aug. 7, police said. The woman, a taxi driver, was arrested at her house at about 3:15 a.m.
• A homeowner on Toilsome Lane called police when she thought someone was in the attic. on Aug. 10 at about 2:45 a.m. Police checked inside and outside the house, and found nothing. They told her it might be a raccoon coming in through a hole on the outside of the house.
• The Riverhead Foundation took a tissue sample from a decomposing seal carcass on the beach, east of Wiborg's on Aug. 10, police said. It was buried afterwards.
• Police said a driver reported a road rage incident on Main Street on Aug. 10 at about 11:30 p.m. She said a man, approximately 40 to 50 years old, pulled partially off the road, and when she passed him, he became "irate." He pulled behind her as she stopped at the intersection of Dunemere and James lanes, got out of his car, and started yelling and cursing at her. He also took a picture of her license plate.
• Chief Jerry Larsen and another officer saw two dogs fighting at the corner of Main Street and Newtown Lane on Aug. 5 at about 3:10 p.m. The owners separated the dogs — a German Shepherd puppy and an adult German Shepherd. The puppy's leg was injured, and its owner's hand was cut while she separated the two dogs, police said. East Hampton Town Animal Control were notified.
• A landlord on Newtown Lane said her former tenant stole her three-wheel bicycle, worth $300, on Aug. 6. No other information was available.
• Obligato reported a sweatshirt, worth $198, was stolen from the store on Main Street on Aug. 8 at about 1:40 p.m. The manager provided a description of the thief, but police weren't able to locate her.