Island police responded to a series of minor mishaps over the weekend.

In Vineyard Haven on Saturday, a report came in at 5:30 p.m. of a stranded dinghy off West Chop, Det. Max Sherman said. The reporting party said there were several people in the boat, and they did not appear to be in control of it. The reporting party said the boat had capsized several times.

The Coast Guard was advised and the Vineyard Haven harbor master and police responded. The boat and passengers eventually made it to shore near the coast guard lighthouse on West Chop. No one was injured, but one person was cited for failure to provide appropriate flotation devices.

In Aquinnah on Friday, police responded on the beach with an all terrain vehicle when a 73-year-old man slipped on the rocks and injured his shoulder and his foot, chief Randhi Belain said. The man was transported to the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.

On Friday, a moped accident in Chilmark left a father and son injured. In an email, chief Jonathan Klarén said each was on a separate moped and they crashed in a “chain reaction.” Both were treated for minor injuries at the Vineyard hospital.

Chief Matthew Mincone of West Tisbury also reported a minor moped accident on Sunday afternoon near Mill Pond that left two passengers injured. Both refused treatment, the chief said.