01/29/13 6:00pm
01/29/2013 6:00 PM

A Mattituck woman chased a burglar from her home around 2 p.m. Monday after discovering the intruder shortly after she entered the front door, Southold Police said.

The woman told police she heard someone upstairs in her Cox Neck Road home. She confronted the burglar and chased him out of the house, calling 911 in the process. The man, described as olive-skinned and in his mid-to-late 20s, ran off in the direction of Westphalia Road, the woman told police.

She said she noticed a car parked on the side of the road that seemed out of place as she drove down the street. She did not see the man get into the vehicle — possibly a black Mercedes — and the car was gone not long after she called police.

Southold police shared the report with neighboring Riverhead, but no suspect has yet been apprehended.

CoxNeckRoad

09/09/12 9:00am
09/09/2012 9:00 AM

A Cutchogue woman was arrested Saturday evening after police found her in possession of a stolen car and other stolen property, Southold Town police said.

Carrie McCabe, 38, was arrested after an OnStar device helped locate the car, which was parked in front of her house, police said. It was also determined that she burglarized the owner of the car’s residence, according to police.

Ms. McCabe, who is a known associate of the victim, was charged with first degree unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and second degree burglary, police said. She was held overnight for a Sunday morning arraignment.

Ms. McCabe was previously arrested for DWI in May, according to an earlier police press release.