Island police responded to incidents over the weekend that included a moped accident with injuries, a rental scam and public nudity.

In Edgartown police received a call at about 2:30 p.m. Saturday for an accident involving a car and a rented moped on Meshacket Road. Chief Bruce McNamee said the two vehicles collided as they took a turn in the road from opposite directions. The moped couldn’t hold the turn, Chief McNamee said, and drifted across the center line, colliding with a blue Honda CRV with New Jersey plates.

The moped operator, a 44-year-old New York man, was transported to the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries in his left leg that required surgery, the chief said. The man’s left hand was also injured. No citations were issued.

Edgartown police also responded to two unrelated reports of nudity. One involved a man who was reportedly gardening nude on Saturday morning. In a separate incident a man was seen walking down Kelley street and Dock street in Edgartown on Sunday afternoon unclothed from the waist down. The first man was issued a court summons for indecent exposure. The second was arrested and charged with open and gross behavior, a criminal offense.

In West Tisbury police chief Matthew Mincone said his department responded to a report on Saturday about an online housing rental scam. Lisa McGuire of Edgartown saw a post in a long-term housing Facebook group that claimed to be leasing a year-round apartment at Seven Gates Farm for $1,550 per month. Suspecting a scam, Ms. McGuire contacted the person who posted the information, who requested a deposit be sent to a bank account via MoneyGram. Chief Mincone said the person posting the rental used a fake name, Robbert Whiteside, and police traced the MoneyGram address to a Cheri Martin of Newton, Ill. He said Illinois police were notified of the incident.

Chief Mincone warned that this is probably not the only fake rental being advertised.

“Unfortunately when it comes to fall rentals and summer rentals, the switch of the season is where you’re going to find that this is going to happen,” he said.

Aquinnah police chief Randhi Belain reported no serious incidents and said the annual Pow Wow was a safe and successful event.

Chilmark police chief Jonathan Klaren reported no major incidents.

Vineyard Haven and Oak Bluffs police did not immediately respond to requests for reports from the weekend.