Multiple break-ins reported across Greenport Village

07/16/2015 5:59 AM |

Five burglaries in six days were reported across Greenport Village, according to Southold Town police reports.

Police could not immediately say whether any of the incidents are related.

In the first incident last Tuesday afternoon, a woman on Kaplan Avenue reported that more than $2,000 worth of property, including an engagement ring and wedding bands, was stolen from her home during a break-in, according to one police report.

The victim called police around 4 p.m. to report the robbery, police said. The robbery occurred some time between 1 and 4 p.m., police said.

Aside from the rings, other jewelry, prescription drugs and several tablet computers were stolen, according to the police report.

Two days later, the front door of a house on Ludlam Place was damaged during a burglary, police said.

Property was reported missing, according to a police report, but police didn’t describe what had been taken.

On Saturday, as previously reported in The Suffolk Times, an arrest was made when Jason Mealy, 38, of Greenport was caught “rummaging through a bedroom” Saturday morning while in possession of stolen property from another incident in Greenport, Southold Town police said.

He was arraigned in Southold Town court and ordered held in county jail on bail, according to the police department.

Later that day, however, the break-ins continued.

Someone ransacked a Ninth Street apartment Saturday evening, according to a police report.

A front door and window of the residence were damaged during the break-in sometime before 6:10 p.m., police said. The report didn’t list any items as missing.

Finally, an air conditioner, bath towels and a box of sponges were among the items reported stolen from a Main Street home Sunday morning, according to a police report.

The victim, who lives in Brooklyn, reported the thefts about 10:30 a.m., police said.

Other items that were missing included a briefcase and a toolkit, police said. In total, the items were worth $430, according to the report.

No other arrests have been reported.

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