Juvenile Arraigned in Oak Bluffs Stabbing Case
Oak Bluffs police have charged a 16-year-old male from Connecticut in connection with a stabbing that occurred in Ocean Park on June 28. According to a press release Tuesday, the juvenile has been charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and assault with intent to murder.
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Police Investigate Stabbing Incident
Oak Bluffs police and a state police detective unit are investigating a stabbing that occurred in Oak Bluffs late Sunday night, according to releases from both agencies.
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Oak Bluffs Police Officer Resigns After Drunken Driving Charges
An Oak Bluffs police officer has resigned after facing drunken driving charges from his involvement in a two-car motor vehicle accident in Tisbury on Monday.
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Trump Flag Vandalized
A New York avenue resident had his Trump flag vandalized, according to Oak Bluffs police.
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Island Inn Provides Emergency Housing During Pandemic
Aaron Wilson

The Island Inn in Oak Bluffs opened this week to provide emergency residence for Islanders who are at high risk of exposure during the pandemic and may need to be isolated from family or other household members.

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Oak Bluffs Seeks Consensus in Revamping Town Alcohol Rules
Louisa Hufstader
Oak Bluffs police officers, business owners and neighborhood residents filled many of the seats at an alcohol licensing workshop Tuesday evening, held by selectmen during their regular meeting.
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Missing Person Is Found

Oak Bluffs police said early Wednesday that Catherine Todd, who was reported missing, has been found.

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New Officer Sworn In

Michael Maliff was sworn in as a full-time Oak Bluffs police officer on Sept. 11 during a ceremony at the station.

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New Sign for Oak Bluffs Police
The Oak Bluffs police department has a new sign that was made possible by a generous donation from seasonal resident Charles Santoro, the department announced this week.
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Seal in the Road, Oak Bluffs Police to the Rescue
Landry Harlan

Two Oak Bluffs police officers became marine mammal rescuers Tuesday night when they helped guide a rogue seal back into Nantucket Sound.

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