There were over 100 reports made to the RCMP in Kings County between
Dec. 7 and Dec. 9.
There was a gas and go in Kingston.
Two hundred dollars were stolen out of an unlocked car in Gaspereau.
Someone kicked in the door of an empty house in North Kentville.
Diesel gas was stolen from a business in Centreville.
A male shoplifter at a New Minas department store evaded a loss prevention officer by running a bike between his legs, then fleeing.
A driver committed mischief by spinning dirt on another driver who was changing a tire in Morden.
A possible dog theft was reported in Arlington.
There was a child welfare report in Wolfville.
A driver who was reported twice for possibly being impaired in New Minas was actually having a medical emergency.
An assault took place following a collision in Greenwich.
An unwanted person was reported at a Wolfville business.
A 28-year-old driver tried to avoid a checkpoint and was arrested for refusing the breathalyzer, dangerous operation of a vehicle and being impaired while being pursued by police.
There was a disturbance at a Wolfville drinking establishment at 1:39 a.m.
A 23-year-old inebriated man at a home in New Minas was sent to hospital at 2:44 a.m. after he kept slipping in and out of consciousness.
At another checkpoint, a 24-year-old driver was stopped for refusal, no insurance and having a suspended licence.
A third party reported a possible sexual assault and police are investigating.
A blue/gray Ford F250 truck was stolen from North Kentville. The license plate is ESX 287.
Some possible drug use was reported in Wolfville.
There was a disturbance involving property damage in New Minas.
Some wood was stolen in Greenwich.
A 24-year-old male was arrested at a disturbance on Gaspereau Mountain because of a previous assault.
Two reports of illegal hunting at night came in from Black Rock and Lockhartville.
Some suspicious youth were reported in a vehicle in Arlington.
A 54-year-old man with mental health issues barricaded himself in a Greenwood home at 7:21 p.m.
Two women got into a fight in Garland and a cell phone was broken.
A loud party was reported on Prospect Street in Wolfville.
An intoxicated man was reported at a New Minas residence. Later, a 42-year-old man was arrested on several charges at a drinking establishment. He had been wielding a knife.
A 21-year-old intoxicated male was reported in Wolfville.
Five family relations calls came in. Five domestic incidents occurred. One man, aged 24, was arrested for assault and another assault is being investigated.
Six mental health calls came in and most threatened suicide. Three reports involved one individual.
There were four driving complaints. Collisions took place in Coldbrook, Greenwich, Brooklyn Street, and Wolfville.
Checkpoints were set up in Auburn, Greenwich, Cambridge and two in both Kingston and Wolfville.
There were six group home incidents and police looked into two possible breaches of conditions. Two fraudulent cheque scams were reported.
Six reports of harassing or nuisance phone calls were noted.
There were nine false 911 calls and one threats report.
Const. Blair MacMurtery says the RCMP are going to be holding checkpoints through out the holiday period to look for impaired drivers. “We want to keep our roadways safe,” he said.