Blotter: Mattituck woman arrested after giving cops false name

Samantha Dittmeier, 22, of Mattituck was arrested just before 1:30 p.m. on Aug. 1, after police responded to a call of a suspicious person in a car parked on Moore’s Lane in Greenport. Police said Ms. Dittmeier gave a false name when approached and was in possession of a small amount of marijuana. Police said they later determined that Ms. Dittmeier was driving the vehicle without the owner’s consent. She was charged with criminal impersonation, unlawful possession of marijuana and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and held overnight for a morning arraignment.

• A Route 25, Orient, resident reported that sometime between July 23 and 26 someone stole his 14-foot aluminum Sears boat from a mooring off Narrow River Road.

• A representative from the Arshamomaque Colony Association reported on July 26 that sometime between July 24 and 26, someone stole the street sign for Ruch Lane that was at the road’s intersection with Route 48. The sign was described to police as a circle three feet in diameter that read “Private Ruch Lane.” It was valued at $300.

• An Aborn Lane, Cutchogue, resident reported on July 26 that someone stole three bushels of clams from a mesh bucket hanging from the end of her dock while it was left alone for less than two hours.

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 The charges against them may later be reduced or withdrawn, or they may be found innocent.