East Hampton is getting crabby about a bunch of sharks.

Town officials are fishing for even stiffer laws in the war against “organized crab crime rings.”

The tougher penalties are needed to turn the tide against “vans full of” out-of-towners bagging “bushels and bushels of shellfish out of Napeague Harbor” and other waterways including Georgica Pond, the town’s attorneys said.

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