A 9mm Luger handgun and rounds were found tucked inside a lunch bag near the south entrance of Tanger Outlets Sunday. A man told police he ran over the bag, pulled over and picked it up. Inside were the handgun, seven Winchester Luger rounds and one magazine. The gun and ammunition were found about 1 p.m. and turned over to police.
• A Quogue man was arrested Saturday morning after police said he slapped a female acquaintance at the River Pointe apartments on East Main Street in Riverhead. Town police said Roger Anderson, 45, held the victim down and slapped her, causing bruises to her right eye and forearms. Mr. Anderson was charged with second-degree harassment in the 9 a.m. incident.
• A Westhampton Beach man was arrested for driving while ability impaired and other charges early Friday after he fled on foot from police during a traffic stop on East Main Street, authorities said.
After running from the cops, Tyrone Ford, 34, was first caught in a Doris Avenue yard about 2:45 a.m., officials said. But he wriggled free, only to be finally caught in a yard on Lewis Street, where he was arrested and charged with DWAI, reckless driving, fleeing a police officer and resisting arrest, officials said.
• A suspected burglar was caught last Wednesday because the shirt he was wearing matched the description of a suspect in a nearby break-in in Riverhead, authorities said.
A resident of Ellen Street reported to police that he spotted a man wearing a blue jersey bearing the number 34 rummaging through material on his property. Soon after the 6 p.m. report, police officers spotted 32-year-old Paul Booker of Riverhead walking on nearby Doctors Path wearing a jersey that matched that description.
The resident confirmed that Mr. Booker was the man who has been on his property and Mr. Booker was charged with second-degree burglary.
• William Siagrannis, 26, of Wading River was arrested by state police Sunday and charged with DWI. No additional details were available.
• Lily Wittmeier, 24, of Aquebogue was arrested by state police Sunday and charged with DWI. No additional details were available.
• Three cows that escaped from Gabrielsen’s Country Farm on Main Road in Jamesport were led back to their pens unharmed last Wednesday. The incident, which occurred at Riverhead Councilman George Gabrielsen’s farm, was reported about 5 a.m.
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 The charges against them may later be reduced or withdrawn, or they may be found innocent.