2021

Tisbury police and the Martha’s Vineyard Drug Task Force arrested two women in a drug raid Sunday at the Vineyard Harbor Motel.
Three Island residents were arraigned on drug charges in Edgartown district court Monday, after Tisbury police and the Martha’s Vineyard Drug Task Force conducted a raid at a house in Oak Bluffs last week. Jason Reagan, 39, of Oak Bluffs, Shane Harthcock, 40, of West Tisbury, and Danae Vlaskovic, 32, of Oak Bluffs, are all facing charges.

2014

Island police and members of the drug treatment community agree that heroin use on the Island is on the rise, along with fatal drug overdoses.

2013

Island police ended the summer with several drug arrests and investigations, including three men charged with drug trafficking and the discovery of 20 marijuana plants in Aquinnah.

As part of an ongoing prescription drugs investigation, members of the Martha’s Vineyard Task Force Tuesday arrested three men who allegedly came to the Island to sell prescription drugs.

Two Martha’s Vineyard men are facing drug charges after a Martha’s Vineyard Drug Task Force investigation into heroin distribution. Roan W. Elgart, 37, of West Tisbury, was arraigned on charges of possessing to distribute a class A drug (heroin), possessing to distribute a class E drug (Clonazepam), conspiracy to violate drug law, and possessing to distribute a class D drug (marijuana). Luke Depriest, 33, of Oak Bluffs, was charged with being present where heroin is kept and conspiracy to violate drug law.
The Martha’s Vineyard Drug Task Force arrested two Brockton men Wednesday on charges relating to heroin distribution, with police saying the Island is a lucrative market for the drug. Jason Lewis, 32, and Corey Waters, 32, were arraigned Thursday morning in Edgartown district court. Mr. Lewis was charged with possession with intent to distribute a class A drug (heroin) and conspiracy to violate drug law, and bail was set at $7,500, Edgartown Det. Michael Snowden said. Mr.

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