Oak Bluffs Crime
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Recent Crime News
Tuesday Nov 24 | via The Martha's Vineyard Times
DA Michael O'Keefe said a murder suspect arrested on Martha's Vineyard is one example of a flawed policy that puts communities at risk. Cape and Island District Attorney Michael O'Keefe said the recent arrest on Martha's Vineyard of a Brazilian national with an outstanding criminal record living in Edgartown, whom local police discovered is wanted for murder in Brazil, is an example of flawed national leadership and unwillingness to step up criminal deportations. Comment?
Thursday Nov 19 | via Vineyard Gazette Online
John H. Bunker Jr., 46, of West Tisbury, had a Sept. 23 charge in West Tisbury of drunken driving dismissed upon request of the commonwealth, and found not responsible on a charge of speeding. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 18 | via The Martha's Vineyard Times
Oak Bluffs police are investigating the theft on Nov. 10 of two shellfish drags and a radio, valued at approximately $1,500, out of a shellfish department boat. Dave Grunden and the Oak Bluffs shellfishing department boat-minus two stolen scallop drags and work radio - Photo by Sam Moore On Nov. 13, shellfish constable David Grunden reported to the police that a vandal put water in the gas tank of his personal truck, causing approximately $3,000 worth of damage to the engine. Comment?
Sunday Nov 15 | via Boston.com
Yann Meersseman had only just returned to his Oak Bluffs home in Martha's Vineyard when one of his three sons called Friday night to tell him of the terrorist attacks in Paris - and that his oldest son, Arnaud Meersseman, a Paris resident, was caught in the middle of it. Arnaud, a 34-year-old concert production team member, was working in the Bataclan, when three gunman stormed the hall, firing assault rifles at the more than 1,000 concertgoers, and killing 89 of the at least 129 victims of the Paris attacks. Comment?
Oct 27, 2015 | via Vineyard Gazette Online
An Edgartown man is facing charges for the alleged theft of three vehicles in the last two weeks, police said Tuesday. Oak Bluffs police said in a press release that Jacob M. Murphy, 26, will be charged with three counts of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, three counts of vandalism, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and leaving the scene of an accident. Comment?
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