Despite huge crowds and an influx of visitors to the Island, police reported a fairly routine Fourth of July weekend.

In Aquinnah, there was a minor moped accident on the Fourth of July when an operator tried to move to the side of State Road to let other vehicles pass. The operator collided with the guard rail on the side of the road. The person refused medical treatment.

Also on the fourth, two intoxicated women from Southborough and Narragansett, R.I. were reportedly found overturning the picnic tables at the Aquinnah cliffs. By the time officers arrived, the women had righted the tables and apologized.

In Edgartown where thousands descended for the parade and fireworks, it was also a busy but uneventful weekend for law enforcement.

“I don’t have much to report. I’m remarkably pleased with how well it went, how smooth it went,” said Edgartown police chief Bruce McNamee of the Fourth of July parade and fireworks. He thanked other departments for sending officers to Edgartown as well.

“For 20 years I’ve marched in parades with the Boston police bagpipe band and the Edgartown parade is the best one I’ve marched in,” he said.

Officers in Oak Bluffs were busy responding to 146 incidents over the weekend, Sgt. Michael Marchand said.

“It was extremely busy, but not a lot of arrests,” Mr. Marchand said. There were several small hit-and-run incidents. One person reported a smashed windshield they believed had been intentionally damaged.

In West Tisbury, chief Matthew Mincone reported multiple noise complaints but no major incidents.

In Vineyard Haven, chief Mark Saloio echoed his peers.

“It was busy as far as call volume goes but thankfully nothing overly serious,” Mr. Saloio said.