On one of the busiest weekends of the year on the Island, police said there were few incidents of note.

“It’s the news I want to give to you, it was a safe event,” West Tisbury police chief Matthew Mincone said, speaking about the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Fair, which saw more than 45,000 visitors. “It was a boring but eventful weekend for us,” said Mr. Mincone, who received assistance from law enforcement around the Island in covering the event.

Chief Bruce McNamee in Edgartown echoed the same, reporting only one out-of-the-ordinary incident, when a 20-year-old man was caught standing on a stack of chairs trying to climb into the Atlantic Saturday night at 11 p.m. He was arrested for disorderly conduct and possession of a fake ID.

In Oak Bluffs, the fireworks display Friday night went off without many incidents, according to Sgt. Michael Marchand. He said on Saturday, police arrested a 27-year-old man for assault and battery resulting in serious injury and strangulation. The incident took place at the Loft last month, and police recently concluded their investigation. The man was a bouncer at the nightclub, police said.

“He was a little heavy-handed getting somebody out of the bar,” Sergeant Marchand said.

Chilmark police reported a quiet weekend as well, aside from two minor bicycle accidents on Saturday according to police chief Jonathan Klaren.

There were no incidents of note over the weekend in Vineyard Haven, but Monday morning a dump truck crashed into a building at the Martha’s Vineyard Shipyard, according to Lieut. Eerik Meisner.

The lieutenant said according to an eyewitness, the truck was coming from Oak Bluffs and zig-zagging around cars after an apparent brake failure.

“[The driver] then pulled into that parking lot trying to stop the truck and they didn’t, the building did,” Lieutenant Meisner said. The parking lot was at 164 Beach Road, where ships from the shipyard often cross the road.

He said the truck appeared to belong to a landscaping company and the driver was cited with negligent operation of a motor vehicle and not having a license. The owner of the company, sitting in the passenger seat, was cited for allowing an unlicensed operator to operate his vehicle.

No one was injured in the incident.

In Aquinnah, Chief Randhi Belain said it was an uneventful weekend, though on Thursday police responded to a bicycle accident and two incidents involving people lost on the water. One swam to shore in Lobsterville and others were kayakers who were located before officers had time to respond.