Blotter: $1,000 worth of items stolen from Greenport gym locker

Close to $1,000 value in cash and personal items was reported stolen from the Greenport High School boys’ locker room between 3 and 5 p.m. Thursday, May 10, according to police.

An athletics coach reported that 25 locks were cut and four cellphones, two iPod Touches, one pair of Skull Candy headphones, a black wallet with IDs and $117 in cash were taken from the lockers, police said.

• Two people were treated at area hospitals after a head-on collision early Saturday on Main Road in Southold, town police said.

The accident took place about 12:15 a.m. near North Fork Animal Hospital, where 67-year-old Judith Mogul of Cut­chogue attempted to make a left turn into a parking lot when she struck Carmen Contreras’ car head-on, Southold police said.

Both drivers suffered minor injuries. A passenger in the Contreras vehicle, identified by police as Juan Contreras, 24, was not injured.

No charges were filed.

• Joshua Georges, 30, of Jamesport was arrested for petit larceny and criminal mischief after he reportedly stole the sides of a utility trailer from the rear parking lot of a Laurel business at 2:20 a.m. Saturday, police said.

• An Orient resident reported the theft of five political signs from the Village Lane area. The stolen signs advocated voting in favor of the Oysterponds School budget. The resident requested extra patrols of the area.

• A Greenport man reported a burglary at his home between Wednesday, May 9, and Thursday, May 10, after he found a window screen had been cut and the window broken. The man said he found items disturbed, but nothing apparently missing.

• A Greenport woman reported the theft of a Dyson vaccuum cleaner and accessories, valued at $600, from her vehicle parked outside her home on Thursday, May 10.

• A Greenport man reported the theft of a $300 yellow DeWalt chop saw and a $100 orange CMT saw blade from the back of his pickup truck on Friday afternoon, May 11. The man reported that the items had gone missing sometime between that morning and the night before, according to police.

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 The charges against them may later be reduced or withdrawn, or they may be found innocent.