Island police responded to car accidents and minor incidents over the weekend.

“It’s not our typical level of busy-ness,” said Edgartown police Lieut. Chris Dolby Monday. “But there are a lot more people here so call volume is definitely picking up.”

On Friday, Edgartown police responded to a minor motor vehicle accident off of Codman Spring Road. No injuries were reported, Lieutenant Dolby said. And on Saturday morning at about 7 a.m., Edgartown police responded to a single-car roll over accident on the West Tisbury Road. The lone occupant was transported to the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital with minor injuries.

The driver had been working a night shift and had dozed off behind the wheel, Lieutenant Dolby said.

On Sunday night, Edgartown police arrested a drunk driver on the West Tisbury Road. Earlier in the day, they responded to three separate fender benders that caused minor property damage, Lieutenant Dolby said.

He said added false ID infractions are beginning to increase at liquor stores.

“We had one over the weekend,” the lieutenant said. “One of a handful already this year.”

In Oak Bluffs, police arrested one person for drunk driving and two others for trespassing.

One of the trespassing arrests took place at a restaurant near the harbor, Sgt. Michael Marchand said. The other trespassing arrest took place at a private residence.

“They were unrelated,” he said. “But in both cases they were people that were asked to leave and would not leave.”

Oak Bluffs police also held four people in protective custody for public intoxication and responded to six noise complaints — both marked increases over last weekend, Sgt. Marchand said.

In Tisbury, police were busy with motor vehicle stops and general calls for service.

“It was a busy weekend as far as calls for service go, but as for criminal activity, it wasn’t very busy,” police chief Mark Saloio said.

The chief said Officer Mike Cutrer recovered a dinghy that was reported missing.

“Officer Cutrer was driving around and noticed a dingy resembling the one that was reported missing,” Chief Saloio said. “With the assistance of the harbor master, we were able to return it . . . I suspect someone probably just used it and then beached it.” A suspect was not identified.

Police in West Tisbury, Chilmark and Aquinnah reported a quiet weekend with no arrests or noise complaints.

Now police are gearing up for the Fourth of July weekend.

“I think it’s the calm before the storm,” said West Tisbury Det. Nikolaj Wojtkielo.