From the Cruiser
Two children were left in a running vehicle in New Minas.
A shed at the Kingstec campus was broken into, but nothing appeared taken.
Three unused syringes were food in a Greenwood parking lot.
Cash and camping equipment was stolen from two unlocked vehicles in North Kentville. Later, in Kingston, a driver reported Christmas presents, military gear and a GPS was taken from an unlocked vehicle.
Fraudulent cheques were reported in Berwick and New Minas.
A 13-year-old in Kingston stole an ATV.
A 48-year-old man was reported for shoplifting in Berwick.
A 49-year-old female driver was charged under the Motor Vehicle Act after two reports she drove over the yellow line due to fatigue.
A prowler on Aalders Avenue in New Minas was looking in vehicles at 11:30 p.m.
A taxi driver in Wolfville suffered a medical issue and hit the door of the Library Pub. He veered into another taxi and finally came to rest on Elm Avenue near the old railway tracks.
A driver in Cambridge received a seven-day suspension. Police determined he had no insurance or valid license.
An attempted break-in on Summer Street in Wolfville was reported. Later, someone in the same building called police about the theft of electronics.
Reports came in of littering in Greenwich and Greenwood.
A cyclist received a warning after hitting a pedestrian Berwick.
Some suspicious gold rings turned up in New Minas and police are investigating.
Black ice caused a single-vehicle crash in Arlington.
Police had to mediate in Centreville after a dispute over the sale of a car.
Two women were looking in vehicles on Belcher Street.
There was a shoplifter in Kingston.
A young child was outside, not dressed for the weather, in Sheffield Mills. Police found the mother sleeping.
An unwanted person near Camp Aldershot might have been a hunter.
A youth broke into some trailers in Black Rock.
Someone was driving on farmland in Glenmont.
There was a disturbance between roommates in North Kentville.
A driver went to hospital after rolling a vehicle on Highway 221.
There was a disturbance at a drinking establishment in New Minas.
A gas and go was reported in Berwick and, later, one in New Minas.
A patrol stopped a driver without insurance or ownership papers in Coldbrook.
Three individual vehicles in Glenmont and on the Morden Road lost control and crashed.
A 27-year-old woman in Kingston was stopped for shoplifting three cans of formula. She was also wanted for failing to comply.
A break-in was reported in Kingston.
Bullying was noted at a school.
Change was taken from an unlocked vehicle in Kingston.
Trespassing and loud music were reported in North Kentville.
An intoxicated woman reported a vehicle stolen in Greenwood, but police were able to find it.
A homeless man was transported by police from North Kentville to Inn from the Cold.
An individual was found at home on a curfew check in Wolfville.
An inebriated, 32-year-old man was placed in a cell after he was acting strange in a Wolfville coffee shop.
A 43-year-old man was found on a doorstep in North Kentville with hypothermia. The homeless man managed to ring a doorbell at 7:14 a.m.
A caller reported a fraudulent cold call that initiated illegal access to his computer files.
Someone cut the fence on a Nova Scotia Power compound in Kingston. A man in Sheet Harbour received serious electrical burns last weekend after a break-in to a power station.
Damage was reported at a drinking establishment on Main Street in Wolfville.
A boy in Auburn ran across the road and was hit by a car. He received minor injuries.
There was a drug bust in North Kentville that was reported initially at 8:52 p.m. as a home invasion.
A man, who was pumping gas in Greenwich while smoking, became agitated when questioned. He was banned from the business.
Noise was reported from a house crawl on Prospect Avenue in Wolfville.
An elderly resident in Kingston reported doorbell ringing at 11:58 p.m.
A South Berwick resident was bothered by noise at 3 a.m.
A vehicle flipped on black ice at 7:30 a.m. on Highway 1 in Berwick.
There was a break-in at a Coldbrook business overnight and an attempted business break in New Minas.
There was a theft from an unlocked vehicle in North Kentville.
Some lumber and a ladder fell off a truck in South Berwick.
Shoplifters were reported in Kentville and Aldershot. Later, a 43-year-old man was stopped in New Minas.
A 39-year-old intoxicated man was reportedly sleeping under a tree in Waterville at 2:30 p.m. He was placed in a cell.
A shed was broken into in New Minas, but nothing appeared to be taken.
Two people, who were causing a disturbance on a Kings Transit bus, were expelled by police. They also found themselves banned.
A small woods fire was put out in Berwick.
A man in his 50 had a motorcycle collision in Coldbrook, broke his hand and experienced a concussion.
An off-road vehicle was in the mall parking lot in Greenwood.
Police are investigating a cardboard fire at a Waterville apartment building.
A man was reported hitchhiking at 8:50 p.m. on Highway 101 near Grand Pré.
A prowler was noted in a backyard on Stirling Avenue in Wolfville. Later, a music mixer was reported stolen.
A driver in Greenwood was thought to be drinking a beer in a truck.