By Dan Primack
June 28, 2012

FORTUNE — When venture capitalists go to Nantucket, it’s usually for the beaches or the golf courses. Maybe for a conference. For one VC, however, it was about table-dancing and destruction of property.

From the local Nantucket paper:

Daniel MacKeigan, 39, of Hingham, Mass., who was accused of dancing on a table and destroying a $3,500 chandelier during Cru’s opening weekend, had the felony vandalism charge against him reduced to a misdemeanor, and was given a probation sentence that includes 50 hours of community service at the Offshore Animal Hospital, the former MSPCA facility.

That would be Dan MacKeigan, a partner with Tudor Ventures in Boston. He’s been with the firm since 2000, and focuses on the wireless, media and Internet sectors. Deals include Wimba (acquired by Blackboard), Turbine Entertainment (acquired by Time Warner) and ShoeBuy (acquired by IAC/Interactive). Current portfolio companies include ArcSoft, Vantrix Corp. and Vantage Media.

I left a message for MacKeigan to see if he had any comment, and will update this post if he responds.

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