Oak Bluffs Selects Jonathan Searle as New Police Chief
A long-serving Edgartown police sergeant is slated to become the next police chief in Oak Bluffs after the town select board voted Monday afternoon to offer the job to Jonathan Searle.
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Car Chase Leads to Arrest, Toppled Tombstones
Edgartown police were led on a car chase that snaked through Upper Main Street and ended in the town cemetery on Thursday morning with an arrest, a vehicle tow and a few toppled tombstones — but no injuries.
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Walking the Beat With Holiday Heroes
Aaron Wilson
On Tuesday, the Edgartown police department will turn their cruisers into Thanksgiving dinner delivery mobiles.
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Missing Elderly Man Is Found
An all-out search effort by Edgartown police, fire, EMS Monday evening was successful.
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Fentanyl Testing Available
The Edgartown police department is making fentanyl testing strips available to members of the community at risk of fatal overdoses from tainted opiates.
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Edgartown Officers Act Quickly to Save a Baby Boy
Two Edgartown police officers acted swiftly to save the life of a baby boy that was not breathing early Thursday morning.
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Court Decides Not to Press Charges in Deer Shooting
A West Tisbury man who shot a deer that had been seriously injured in a car accident will not face criminal charges, a clerk-magistrate ruled Wednesday.
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West Tisbury Man Charged After Euthanizing Deer
Will Sennott
A West Tisbury man has had his guns seized and is facing criminal charges after shooting an injured deer on Barnes Road.
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Police Achieve Certificate for Mental Illness Response
Noah Asimow

The Edgartown police department recently underwent advanced training for mental illness response, earning a certificate.

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Edgartown Police Department Achieves Accreditation
Holly Pretsky
The Edgartown police department has achieved accreditation status from the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission, police chief Bruce McNamee announced last week.
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