Island police responded to a car driving into a tennis court, a malfunction at the Lagoon Pond drawbridge and a bike accident over the long Columbus Day weekend.

Tisbury police Lieut. Eerik Meisner said his department received a call Sunday morning after an elderly woman drove a Toyota Rav4 through a fence at the Church Street tennis courts. He said the driver, an Oak Bluffs resident, was not injured and told police that she was having issues with the brakes. No charges were filed, the fence has been temporarily fixed and there was no damage to the courts, the lieutenant said.

Late Monday afternoon a malfunction at the Lagoon Pond drawbridge caused the bridge to close down for more than three hours. The cause was a blown fuse, Tisbury police said later.

In Edgartown, police responded to a bicycle accident around midday Sunday along Katama Road where a 52-year-old woman fell off her bike and sustained facial injuries, chief Bruce McNamee said. He said the woman was transported to Martha’s Vineyard Hospital for treatment. He said the rider was wearing a helmet and it was unclear what caused the accident.

Chief McNamee said the station received reports around 3 a.m. Sunday of a suspicious person trying to get into a house on Davis Lane. He said the person, a 32-year-old Dorchester man, was lost and intoxicated. The man was placed into protective custody and sent to the Edgartown house of correction, according to the chief.

West Tisbury police chief Matt Mincone, Chilmark police chief Jonathan Klaren and Oak Bluffs police Lieut. Timothy Williamson all reported a quiet weekend with no arrests or incidents.

“Things have slowed down. We’re enjoying it,” Chief Mincone said.

Aquinnah Sgt. Paul Manning said the station was out in force for the Gay Head 10K Sunday morning and called the event an all-around success.

“The road race happened incident-free and went well,” he said.