Southold blotter: Burglaries, a bar fight and drunken driving

Police arrested a Southold man early last Tuesday morning after he was caught driving while intoxicated, according to a police report.

Just before 3 a.m., officers stopped Gregory Ledoux at the intersection of Front and Fifth streets in Greenport for a traffic violation, police said.

He was arrested and transported to headquarters after officers determined he was intoxicated.

• A Mattituck woman was transported to the hospital after an altercation at The Rhumbline in Greenport early Sunday morning, according to a police report.

Officers responded just after 3 a.m. to find that the victim had been hit in the head with a beer bottle in a fight, the report stated. She was transported to Eastern Long Island Hospital for treatment of her injuries.

• A $3,500 air conditioner was taken from a Peconic residence on Friday, according to a police report.

Residents of the Henrys Lane home told officers that the Ruud brand air conditioner was stolen sometime between 1 and 7 p.m. Police are investigating.

• An East Marion woman called police last Thursday to report a $700 flat-screen television had been stolen from her nephew’s bedroom.

The woman told police someone entered the Old Orchard Road residence through the unlocked front door. Officers are following up with the case.

• A Greenport man said some children egged his car twice last Wednesday night, once on South Street and once at his home, according to two separate police reports.

The man first called around 10:50 p.m. Officers responded and found two kids standing next to the man’s vehicle outside the IGA on South Street, the report stated.

Both individuals denied involvement and police canvassed the area for a third individual who might have thrown the eggs, according to the report.

The man called police again the next day around 8:30 a.m., according to the second police report. He told police he had confronted the kids after the first incident and made them clean off the eggs.

However, he believes the same kids came to his residence on Route 48 later that night and egged his car again, police said.

• A youth allegedly fled the scene Saturday after throwing a smoke bomb at small children on a beach in Southold, according to a police report.

Someone chased down the suspect after he threw a smoke bomb by Goose Creek Bridge on Bayview Road, the report states. The individual brought the child back to the scene to wait for police to arrive, authorities said. He was held at headquarters until his mother arrived. No charges were filed at the request of the person who reported the incident.