Police are investigating a collision where a vehicle went into a ditch on Highway 360 at 1:15 a.m.
An inebriated 24-year-old male was placed in a cell after he passed out on Middle Dyke Road.
Youth were involved in a dispute over property in Kingston.
A truck was damaged during an attempted theft in Steam Mill. Another attempt was also reported from the community.
A vehicle stolen from Lakelands was discovered in a New Minas parking lot.
At 1 p.m., there was a report of a three-week-old baby left unattended in a vehicle in Greenwood. Police determined the infant was a ‘beautiful doll.’
Someone tried to shoplift boots in Coldbrook.
There was a disturbance at the movie theatre in New Minas.
Shots were heard in East Dalhousie.
At 8:30 p.m., a youthful sports team was playing with duct tape at a Kingston motel.
A loud party was reported on Bay Street in Wolfville, and later, noise on Linden Avenue.
At 11:14 p.m., a resident of the Berwick area reported a herd of about 20 cows on their front lawn. The animals were eventually corralled by the owner.
Beginning at 1 a.m., there were four calls to police related to a disturbance by two women at a drinking establishment in Greenwich.
An intoxicated and unwanted male was reported in New Minas. An inebriated 21-year-old female was a concern at Acadia University.
Snowy weather likely caused a collision at 6:45 a.m. in Aylesford Lake, followed by another in Sheffield Mills.
A 25-year-old man from Lower Sackville, who was in breach of his conditions, was arrested in Kingston.
A BMW was damaged in a parking lot in Greenwood.
A 54-year-old man from the Avonport area was reported missing for two days.
A utility trailer was stolen in Aylesford and there was a theft from a vehicle at Acadia University.
A man reportedly assaulted a woman in North Kentville.
An officer on patrol stopped a 21-year-old driver in North Kentville without a licence, insurance or registration. His vehicle was seized.
A dog had been left outside a drinking establishment in New Minas for half an hour at 11:50 p.m.
A snowy Monday morning resulted in vehicles off the road in Windermere, South
Alton, New Minas, Coldbook, Brooklyn Corner, Waterville, Aonport and a tractor-trailer in North Alton. In the Sunken Lake area, a school bus, without kids on board, got stuck on a hill.
At 8:42 a.m., a vehicle stolen from the Tupper Lake area was found burned on Brow Mountain Road. Police are investigating.
An unwanted male, aged 37, was reported in North Kentville. Later in the same area there was a dispute over a ham radio.
A homeless 42-year-old man with mental health issues was reported twice in North Kentville.
At noon, a vehicle went into a ditch in Grafton. The occupant received cuts.
A 26-year-old female shoplifter was charged in New Minas.
Some graffiti was discovered at a Main Street, Wolfville residence.
There was a theft from an unlocked vehicle on Wolfville Ridge. Thieves took a rifle in a case, $50 and a GPS from a truck.
A worker in Port Williams slipped on ice and hurt an ankle.
A noise complaint came in from North Kentville.
During an assault at the youth centre in Waterville, one person’s nose was broken.
A prowler was reported around vehicles in North Kentville.
Suspicious activity involving an electric garage door in Casey’s Corner and White Rock led Const. Blair MacMurtery to warn householders to lock their garages.
There was a disturbance involving an ex-employee in the Berwick area.
A theft was reported in Morristown.
An unwanted student prompted a call from an area school.
A man wearing a ski mask failed to pay for $79 worth of gas in New Minas. His vehicle did not have a license plate.
Four vehicles rear-ended each other on Highway 1 in Coldbrook.
Two young males attempted to steal energy drinks at a store in Greenwood.
A vehicle rolled on black ice near Lake George at 6:15 p.m.
Jewelry and electronics were stolen during a break-in at a Kingston residence.
A 43-year-old female was arrested while shoplifting in New Minas.
Two roommates in Waterville got into a dispute and police were called.
Someone tried to steal meat and alcohol from a store in Canning.
Video surveillance cameras were stolen from the old landfill site on Brooklyn Street.
An old man was found shoplifting at a fast food eatery in Coldbrook.
The hood of a vehicle that was parked in New Minas was damaged.
A wallet was found in Wolfville.
An iPhone was stolen from the high school in Canning.
A power problem prompted authorities in Kingston to report a break-in at the elementary school, but none had occurred.
An ongoing noise problem was noted in North Kentville.
A landlord/tenant dispute in the Greenwood area resulted in a report of mischief.
A 35-year-old intoxicated man was arrested in public in Wolfville and placed in a cell.
There was a concern about bullying among youth in Canning.
There were three domestic incidents, including one assault. Five family relations calls came in, including an assault and concern about inappropriate discipline. As a result, a total of three child welfare concerns are being investigated.
There were six youth group home incidents in three days and one mental health report.
Ten driving complaints were received. There were non-weather related collisions in Kingston, Highway 101 near Grand Pré and New Minas. Three parking lot crashes were reported in Greenwood and New Minas.
There were reports of possible illegal drug activity in Wolfville and Aylesford and two landlord/tenant concerns. Three threats complaints were noted.
Checkpoints were set up in Coldbrook, Greenwich and Wolfville.
There were four false alarms, four false 911 calls and one disturbing phone call reported.