While on a routine boat patrol Saturday, Harbor Master Joseph O’Leary heard a distress call on the radio for a vessel in distress in Long Island Sound, east of Cape Orient. En route, Mr O’Leary heard reports of a fire on a boat two miles north of Plumgut with four people on board. The Plum Island Ferry and Cross Sound Ferry were on standby when he arrived. He came to the burning ship and rescued four people and two dogs. Sea Tow towed the boat to a dock in Old Saybrook. No one needs medical assistance.

• The owner of a flower shop in Southold told police on June 26 that pride flags had been taken from her shop and a second shop. There are no security cameras in the area. Businesses with “pride” flags hanging around did not report any incidents.

• On June 26, police arrested Michael Davis, 29, of Greenport, on an active judge’s warrant issued by Suffolk County 1st District Court. He was arrested and taken to Southold headquarters for processing.

• Jasmine Alzate, a Greenport woman, told police Friday that her vehicle had hit an unidentified object. A report said Ms. Arzat and a Greenport man, identified by the report as 32-year-old Alan Naut, got into an argument while traveling in the woman’s car. Mr Nott was under the influence of an unidentified substance and was aggressive towards police, the report said. He was overpowered and taken into custody. Ms Alzat was also arrested for violating a protective order.

The person named in the police report has not been convicted of any crime or offense. Charges against them may then be reduced or dropped, or they may be found not guilty.

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