A Boston man and an Oak Bluffs woman were arrested on drug charges over the long holiday weekend.
Corey A. Crump, 35, of Boston, was arraigned July 5 on charges of possessing to distribute class A drugs (heroin), possessing to distribute class B drugs (cocaine), and conspiracy to violate drug laws.
According to a police report filed in the court, confidential sources told police that Mr. Crump came to the Island from Boston to sell heroin, and that he had at least five customers on the Island.
On July 3, the report said, Mr. Crump came to the Island on the 4:30 p.m. ferry, and was picked up by Debbie Reese, an Oak Bluffs woman. Police pulled the car over and allegedly found drugs in Ms. Reese’s pants that she said Mr. Crump told her to hide. Mr. Crump and Ms. Reese were then arrested, with bail set at $10,000 for Mr. Crump. He will next appear in court on July 12.
Ms. Reese, 50, was arraigned on charges of possessing to distribute class A drugs (heroin), possessing to distribute class B drugs (heroin), and conspiracy to violate drug law. She was released on personal recognizance, and a pretrial hearing was scheduled for August 3.