Two Seized in Airport Mobil Break-in; After Search, Four Held on
Drug Charges


A burglary investigation led Edgartown police to a house of drugs
this week.

"There were more drugs in that house than at Triangle
Pharmacy," said Edgartown police sergeant Ken Johnson, about a
Plainfield Way home searched in connection with the burglary.

Police have arrested two men for the break-in at the Airport Mobil
station, and four others on drug charges. They expect to make more
arrests in the coming days, Sergeant Johnson said. Police are
investigating whether any employees played a role in setting up the

Edgartown police received a call early Sunday morning saying Airport
Mobil had been broken into. A dolly and some loose bills littered the
parking lot, and the rear door of the convenience market had been
broken. All told, the thieves got away with $20,000 in cash and $10,000
in checks and credit card receipts. The money has yet to be recovered,
police said.

Two masked men - later identified as Daniel Look, 23, of
Tisbury, and Dylan Osleeb, 17, of Edgartown - stole several cash
drawers along with the station's safe. Mr. Look and Mr. Osleeb
ejected the video tape from the private surveillance camera, but
apparently forgot to take it with them when they fled the scene, said
Sergeant Johnson.

Mr. Look and Mr. Osleeb stole a black Jeep Cherokee Saturday night
from a house on Pennywise Path, police said. The stolen vehicle was
later stashed in the Manuel F. Correllus State Forest, and the safe was
found in Tisbury.

Police identified and located the two suspected burglars by Tuesday

Two teams of officers, assisted by the Tisbury, Oak Bluffs and State
police forces, searched houses in Edgartown and Vineyard Haven.

When Mr. Look arrived at his Dunham avenue house in Tisbury later
that evening, accompanied by Mr. Osleeb, police were waiting to take
them into custody. Police found items connected to the gas station
break-in, along with bottles of the pain killer, Percocet. Robin
Carberry, 18, of Edgartown, was arrested and charged with possession of
this Class E drug.

In Edgartown, at Mr. Osleeb's residence at 29 Plainfield Way,
police stumbled upon a house alive with drug activity. When police
walked into the house, Craig Rozario, 26, of New Bedford, was smoking a
joint of marijuana. Police also found mushrooms, cocaine, crack cocaine
and an assortment of pills.

Mr. Rozario was charged with trafficking a class B drug (crack
cocaine) and possession of a class D drug (marijuana). Derreck Coleman,
21, of Edgartown, was charged with trafficking a class B drug (cocaine)
and receiving stolen property over $250. Nigel Smith, 21, of Edgartown,
was arrested Wednesday night for trafficking a class D drug.

Sergeant Johnson did not quantify the amount of cocaine and crack
cocaine; one must possess 18 grams to warrant a trafficking charge.

Police also recovered a 36-inch flat-screen television reportedly
stolen from a house in Katama last December.

The Plainfield Way house has been a problem in Edgartown before.
Neighbors complained to Edgartown selectmen in October of 2002 about
"unsavory" tenants in the Plainfield Way house. That fall,
police and firefighters responded to the house when a car had been set
on fire at the property. The landlady, Limore Peretz, owns several
properties in town that have posed noise and zoning problems for
officials, according to police.

Both Mr. Osleeb and Mr. Look have been charged with larceny of a
motor vehicle, trespassing, malicious destruction, breaking and entering
at night, larceny from a building, larceny over $250, possession of
burglar instruments, breaking and entering into a depository and