Island police had a busy weekend responding to deer accidents, an incident involving a tractor and an overdose.

In West Tisbury, Chief Matthew Mincone said officers and the Tri-town EMS responded to a call from a 57-year-old man whose leg had become pinned underneath a 13,000-pound tractor in a field across from the Polly Hill Arboretum on Sunday afternoon.

The first responders were able to extricate the man and transport him to Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, where he was airlifted for non-life-threatening injuries to his calf.

“We are very thankful he had his cell phone with him,” Mr. Mincone said.

On another note, Chief Mincone cautioned drivers to be mindful of deer, especially while driving at night.

“They’re everywhere,” he said. “It’s that time of year. They’re moving again.”

Mr. Mincone reported three small motor vehicle accidents over the long weekend, including one on Skiff’s Lane that is still under investigation because the operator fled the scene.

In Edgartown, Lieut. Chris Dolby said officers responded to an overdose and administered Narcan to a 31-year-old man in a vehicle on 20th street south. The person he was with reported the overdose. The man was revived and transported to the hospital.

Lieutenant Dolby also said an Edgartown woman fell prey to an email scam over the weekend. In a series of emails, the scammer posed as a representative from Microsoft and claimed to be fixing a computer issue. The scammer asked that the woman buy Google gift cards to pay for the services. By the time she realized she was the victim of a scam, the woman had already lost about $4,000, Mr. Dolby said. He said the department was taking multiple approaches to get the word out about scams, and employees at Stop & Shop had been trained to talk about possible scams with people who are purchasing multiple gift cards.

“If you find yourself at Stop & Shop buying gift cards for anyone other than yourself or your family, it’s probably a scam,” Mr. Dolby said.

He asked that Islanders reach out to family members to spread the word.

Mr. Dolby echoed Mr. Mincone’s warnings about deer, saying Edgartown police responded to a deer accident over the weekend.

“Those are almost a daily occurence this time of year,” he said.

In Chilmark, Chief Jonathan Klarén reported three minor deer-related accidents.

In Vineyard Haven, Sgt. Christopher Habekost reported one arrest over the weekend of a man who had violated a restraining order.

In Oak Bluffs, Lieut. Timothy Williamson said it was a quiet weekend, and reported a reflective Veteran’s Day parade.

“I never miss it,” he said.

In Chilmark and Aquinnah, police chiefs reported quiet weekends.