MV NAACP Holds Police Reform Panel Monday
The Martha's Vineyard Branch of the NAACP holds a second panel discussion on police reform in Massachusetts.
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Robbery at MV Bank Falmouth Branch Ends in Arrest
Aaron Wilson
An Assonet man was arrested Monday afternoon in connection with an unarmed robbery at the Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank on Palmer avenue in Falmouth.
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Adam Friedman Is Remembered by Airport Co-Workers
Julia Wells
Expressions of sympathy were coming in from all corners of the Island Monday for the family of Adam Friedman, the West Tisbury man who was found dead Saturday.
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Island Police Set to Begin Diversity Training This Fall
Aaron Wilson
Diversity training for Martha’s Vineyard police is on deck for later this fall, as a joint project with Island police chiefs and the Martha’s Vineyard Diversity Coalition gets under way, aided by a $17,000 grant from Permanent Endowment of Martha’s Vineyard.
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Arrests for Shoplifting, Drunk Driving Mark Busy Labor Day Weekend
Aaron Wilson
Oak Bluffs police recovered more than $770 worth of stolen merchandise taken from six different businesses Saturday evening, as Island police reported a busy Labor Day weekend.
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Rafters and Lost Paddle Boarders Occupy Police
Maia Coleman

Two minor Oak Bluffs waterfront scares prompted a flurry of public safety vehicles near Big Bridge on Wednesday afternoon and evening.

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West Tisbury Man Is Apparent Victim in Florida Murder Case
Noah Asimow
Charles Morgan, 59, of West Tisbury, was killed while on vacation in a south Florida hotel room last week, according to his wife and a press release from the Broward County sheriff’s office.
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Vehicle Vandalism Leads to Arrest in Tisbury
An Oak Bluffs man is facing charges following an alleged vehicle vandalism incident at the Tisbury Park and Ride, police said in a press release Saturday.
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Crowded Summer Weekend Brings More Calls for Police
Will Sennott
A slew of minor incidents related to drunken driving, stolen property, vandalism and rough seas occupied Island police over the weekend. Edgartown police alone responded to 130 calls.
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Amateur Fireworks Keep Island Police Busy Over Fourth
Will Sennott
Amateur fireworks displays were crackling from Edgartown to Aquinnah, keeping Island police busy over the Fourth of July. Police also reported a handful of drunken driving arrests.
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