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Southold Blotter: $10K bracelet reported stolen from Orient home

11/14/2015 10:00 AM |

Someone stole a diamond bracelet worth more than $10,000 from an Orient home last week, according to a police report.

The bracelet was taken from an Orchard Street home. The incident was listed as a larceny in a police report filed just before noon Nov. 3.

A detective declined to provide any more information because the investigation is ongoing.

• Someone stole more than $3,000 worth of electronics from a Greenport home last Monday, police said.

A Maple Street resident called police just before 5:30 p.m. to report that someone entered her garage and took her son’s 70-inch Sony television, worth $3,000, and PlayStation 4, worth $300.

She told police the theft occurred between Oct. 30 and Nov. 2. There were no signs of forced entry into the garage, police said.

• Police arrested a Mattituck man Nov. 3 for driving while intoxicated, according to a police report.

James Moshier was observed failing to signal his lane changes and an investigation revealed he was intoxicated, the report stated. He was arrested and held for morning arraignment.

• An East Marion man was the victim of identity fraud last week when someone used his bank card to withdraw more than $1,500, police said.

The man came to Southold police headquarters last Thursday to report that someone used his bank card without his permission and withdrew $1,509, police said. Officers told the man to notify his bank and informed a detective of the case.

• A Greenport man was struck by a car while riding his bicycle at night on Nov. 3 and then was kicked out of the driver’s car while on their way to the hospital, police said.

The bicyclist was riding east on the sidewalk of Front Street when a car pulling out of a parking lot hit him, according to a police report. The bicyclist then entered the car with the driver to go to the hospital, but “at some point, the operator of the vehicle kicked [him] out.”

The man then went to a nearby store to call the authorities. He was transported to Eastern Long Island Hospital by the Greenport Fire Department.

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