A Laurel man was arrested early Saturday morning for driving while intoxicated, Southold Town police said.
Harold Bolling was pulled over just after 3:30 a.m. near Macari Vineyards on Route 25 in Cutchogue, according to a police report. Police determined he was drunk and arrested him.
• More than $25,000 in cash was stolen from a Greenport residence last week, according to a police report.
Residents of the home called police Wednesday evening to report that an unknown individual entered the house and stole $25,300 in cash, a glass jar filled with $200 in coins and a $200 LG tablet.
• A Cutchogue woman called police last Monday to report the theft of a floating raft worth more than $500, according to a police report.
The woman had a Maui Mat anchored in Long Island Sound next to her Oregon Road property, police said. The mat measured 6 feet by 14 feet and was valued at $542, according to the report.
• A Mattituck man called police Sunday evening to report $400 worth of propane tanks missing from his house, according to a police report.
The man told police that both of his propane tanks were taken from his home on Breakwater Road, the report stated.
• A Cutchogue woman reported to police Sunday evening that her $650 camera was missing, although she believes it was taken more than a month ago, according to a police report.
The woman told police her Nikon D5200, along with an 18-55 millimeter VR lens, was taken from her Little Neck Road home, according to the report.
She believes the camera was stolen between June 23 and June 26.
• About $300 worth of electronics were stolen from a Greenport home in a burglary Sunday, police said.
Someone broke the rear door window and unlocked the deadbolt to enter a Washington Avenue home, according to the police report. A $200 television and a $100 Bluetooth speaker were stolen along with $20 cash.
• A bank agent told police Friday that someone broke into an unoccupied Southold house — which the bank owns and is selling — to steal copper pipes, according to a police report.
Bayview Financial Bank owns the house on Wabasso Street, which has been vacant for a year but was listed for sale last week, police said.
The individual forced open a rear door and then removed copper lines from the plumbing and heating system, according to the report. Police are continuing an investigation.
Those who are named in police reports have not been convicted of any crime or violation. The charges against them may later be reduced or withdrawn, or they may be found innocent.