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There were 67 reports to RCMP in Kings County between Nov. 29 and Dec. 1.

Nov. 29

An inebriated woman in Kingston was warned about causing a disturbance at 1:52 p.m.

Two reports of fraudulent cheques came in. One man received a $1,500 cheque with an Internet scam, but

it was not cashed.

There was some illegal dumping of trash in Welsford.

There was a collision in Aylesford.

A truck went missing in the Canning area.

Money, left on a kitchen table in North Kentville, disappeared. The residence may have been left unlocked.

There was a complaint about a diesel truck idling on Pleasant Street in Wolfville, which is against a civic bylaw.

A wedding ring went missing in Centreville after some visitors departed.

A vandal with a pellet gun was targeting businesses and a Kings Transit bus in New Minas. Reports came in at 8:35 and 10 p.m. Shortly afterward, a garbage bin was set on fire near a car dealership in New Minas.

A cell phone was stolen at Acadia University and items were taken from an unlocked vehicle in Wolfville.

A suspicious ladder, leaning against a home, was noted by a Kings Citizen Patroller in Grand Pré.

A child welfare concern was reported at 11:59 p.m.

Nov. 30

A deer ran off after being hit by a car on Black Rock Road.

An underage drinker was sent to hospital from Acadia University. He is 18.

At 2 a.m., a male, 31, and a female, 29, were arrested for causing a disturbance at a New Minas drinking establishment. Both were intoxicated.

At 2:59 a.m., some cardboard was set on fire at a business in New Minas.

A 22-year-old driver was arrested at 3:22 a.m. after being stopped by police in Wolfville. He was three times over the legal alcohol limit.

Slippery roads caused a vehicle to go off the road in Newtonville at 9:25 a.m.

A frantic mom called police in Berwick after she locked her children in a vehicle.

A BB gun was used to break windows at two apartments in New Minas.

There was a threats complaint and some illegal drugs were found at Acadia University.

A Millville resident reported a pet mink was entering a shed full of chickens.

Someone used a lighter to damage siding on a Highland Avenue building in Wolfville. Later, a vehicle was scratched in the same town.

A 36-year-old woman, who was banned from a Berwick business, will be charged for returning to that business.

A vehicle went into the ditch on Wolfville Ridge.

A Greenwood resident reported the theft of rent money.

There was a collision in Wolfville. A party was shut down on Bay Street.

Dec. 1

Some windows were broken on campus at Acadia University. Later, a male cut his hand on a broken cell phone and needed medical attention.

At one a.m., an inebriated 30-year-old man was unable to give a cab driver an address in New Minas, so police placed him in a cell to sober up.

Noise complaints came in from Prospect Street and Blue Heron Court in Wolfville

There was a theft reported at a New Minas drinking establishment.

There were parking lot crashes on Belcher Street and two in New Minas.

Organizations: Acadia University, RCMP

Geographic location: New Minas, Wolfville, Kings Kingston Welsford Aylesford Canning North Kentville Pleasant Street Centreville Berwick Grand Pré Black Rock Road Newtonville Millville Highland Avenue Greenwood Bay Street Prospect Street Belcher Street

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