Oak Bluffs police tackled underage drinkers, rowdy behavior


Oak Bluffs Police made 10 arrests and responded to 104 calls over the course of the first weekend in August, according to a weekend log provided to The Times. Underage drinking on town beaches was one focus of police patrols.

Funded by a grant to target underage drinking, on Friday night Police officers arrested an intoxicated 18-year-old Tisbury woman on Pay Beach on a charge of a minor possession of an alcoholic beverage. On Saturday night, police arrested a 20-year-old Hansen man drinking on a town beach on the same charge.

Just before midnight Friday, police received a report of a white male attempting to break into houses on Samoset Avenue. When police arrived, according to the report, they saw Patrick Bigelow, 30, of Charlestown, breaking into a vehicle. Mr. Bigelow “attempted to evade officers but was taken into custody moments later,” police said.

He was arrested on three counts of breaking and entering, trespassing, larceny over $250, larceny under $250, and resisting arrest.

At 4:42 am Saturday morning, police went to the harbor in front of the Wesley Hotel after receiving a report of two males who had destroyed property of MV Water Sports. Police arrested Corey Parent, 23, and Connor Parent, 18, both of Danvers, for receiving stolen property, malicious destruction of property, and vandalism.

Later that night, police arrested Sean Geddis, 19, of Tisbury and Daniel Ferry, 21, of West Tisbury for disorderly conduct after the men began fighting on Circuit Avenue in front of the Island Theater.

Early Sunday morning, at 12:49 am, police officers monitoring the bar closings on Circuit Avenue saw one man grab another man by his shirt and begin pushing him during an argument in front of the Lampost, police said. Police arrested Carlos Cardoza, 39, of Revere for assault and battery, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

A short time later, at 1:46 am, police arrested Belinda Mossy, 51, of Bayside, N.Y., after Ms. Mossy blocked a lane of travel with her vehicle in front of Dreamland on Oak Bluffs Avenue and refused to move her car when asked by officers. Police arrested Ms. Mossy for OUI-liquor, no registration in possession, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest.

Just before noon on Sunday, police arrested Lenora Solomon, 47, of Framingham following a motor vehicle stop. Police said Ms. Solomon had multiple arrest warrants and was driving with a suspended license. She was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.