Cruiser Nov. 22

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By Wendy Elliott

welliott@kingscountynews.ca

NovaNewsNow.com

 

Nov. 13

Charges were laid after a curfew breach.

A complaint in Cambridge of noise that went on all night came in at 8:15 a.m.

A window was broken overnight at a Kingston business.

A bike was found in Wolfville and police are investigating some damage at an Acadia University building.

There was a break-in at a home in Greenwood and another in Aylesford. Nothing was taken.

A concern about possible guns shots in Greenwood turned out to be a lawn mower backfiring.

Police were occupied with a dispute regarding a vehicle that was actually a civil matter.

There was a request for a well-being check.

A push lawn mower was stolen from an unlocked shed atop the South Mountain.

Two young neighbours got into a fight at 10:42 p.m. in Auburn.

Shortly afterward, there was a complaint of loud music and underage drinking in Waterville. Police determined no underage drinking was going on.

Nov. 14

A 39-year-old woman was charged with assault in Greenwood.

A neighborhood dispute was reported from Morden and later there was a disturbance in Waterville.

A wallet and cash were stolen from an unlocked vehicle in North Kentville. There was another theft from an unlocked vehicle parked on Main Street, Wolfville.

Two young females got into a dispute in Canning.

A woman in her 30s took $135 worth of meat from a Greenwood store, then dropped it and fled. An investigation is underway. Another shoplifter was reported in Kingston.

A male was trespassing at the Greenwood Mall. He had been previously banned.

A suspicious male and female were reported on a trail in Coldbrook.

There was a break-in at a North Kentville residence, but nothing was taken.

Police checked out a possible break-in at the church camp in Berwick. The problem was a defective light.

Nov. 15

At 2:51 a.m. five men, who had been drinking, failed to pay a cab driver. One man, who only had one shoe and couldn’t stand up, was arrested and the most sober fellow paid up.

A truck hit the open door of parked car in Canning at 7:59 a.m.

There was a medical emergency in Berwick when a man in his 70s fell.

Someone reported observing a machete on a New Minas roadway.

A car hit a deer in Canaan.

A 49-year-old man was reported for being intoxicated in Greenwich.

An elderly female driver did not pay for gas in New Minas.

Leaves being burned in New Minas were problematic.

A Berwick resident alerted police to a potential disturbance, which did not occur.

Nov. 16

A suspicious vehicle was reported at 1:49 a.m. in Kingston; the driver was delivering newspapers.

Someone let the air out of tires in Berwick

There were cows on the road in Lakeville at 8:37 a.m.

A wallet was stolen at a New Minas store and cash was taken from an unlocked vehicle in Kingston.

There was a break-in in Aylesford, but nothing was taken.

Four tires and rims for sale by the roadside in North Kentville were stolen.

Organizations: Acadia University

Geographic location: Kingston, Greenwood, Wolfville Aylesford North Kentville Berwick Waterville Cambridge New Minas Canning South Mountain Auburn Coldbrook Canaan Greenwich Lakeville

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