Blotter: Bay Shore man struck by car in Southold

A Bay Shore man was struck by a vehicle on Saturday afternoon in Southold after William Nass of Rocky Point tried to pull into a parking stall that victim was reportedly standing in to save for another vehicle, according to police.

Police said the right front bumper of Mr. Nass’ 2009 Jeep struck the victim on the back of his leg. The man was taken to ELIH.

• An employee of Cornell Cooperative Extension reported Friday that someone had stolen equipment valued at $850 from a beach in Peconic between May 16 and May 23, according to police.

• The head of a Greenport church’s property committee reported that during the last three weeks someone stole 15 feet of copper wire and a ground rod valued at $200 from the property, according to police.

• A Greenport man reported the theft of his specialized black 15-speed bicycle from a Front Street parking lot on Saturday, police said. The bicycle, valued at $600, was reportedly left unlocked between 11 p.m. and midnight.

• On Saturday a Greenport resident reported the theft of a large exterior air conditioner from a Front Street residence, according to police. The air conditioner was reportedly disconnected from the wall and removed from its base.

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 The charges against them may later be reduced or withdrawn, or they may be found innocent.