Conch Vessel Ousted From Menemsha Harbor After Grounding Incident
Will Sennott
The fishing vessel Miss Jenna and her captain have had their docking privileges revoked in Menemsha harbor following the grounding of the vessel Thursday night off Lobsterville Beach in an apparent alcohol-related incident.
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Tribe Plans to Build Public Safety Facility
Noah Asimow

Asserting its sovereignty, the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) has taken preliminary steps to build its own public safety facility on tribal land.

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Aquinnah Police Commended for Saving a Life
Noah Asimow

Aquinnah police will receive a formal commendation from the town after a quick response to an incident at Philbin Beach last week.

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Coast Guard Honors Aquinnah Police Officer
Landry Harlan

Aquinnah police officer David Murphy received a Meritorious Public Service Award from the U.S. Coast Guard Friday for rescuing a man in Menemsha Pond in October 2016.

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Reserve Police Officer Training
The Martha’s Vineyard Law Enforcement Council is considering hosting an entry-level training program this winter and spring.
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Tribe Plan for Police Force Triggers Mediation Talks
Chris Burrell
A federal mediator yesterday waded into the dispute between officials in Aquinnah and the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) over the tribe's plans to form its own police force.
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