There were 112 reports made to the RCMP in Kings County between Dec. 9 and Dec. 13.
There was a disturbance at a dance in New Minas. A 26-year-old woman was arrested.
A wallet was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle parked in Canning overnight. Later, some graffiti was reported on a house in the same village.
A silver Cutlass Sierra was taken from Harbourville overnight.
A sign was unscrewed and taken from a Main Street, Wolfville house.
A Wolfville resident reported his jacket was stolen overnight, along with his car keys. He had left the jacket outside his bedroom window on Fowler Street because it smelled.
A 33-year-old woman was arrested after she struck another woman with a vehicle in North Kentville. Police are investigating.
Police assisted during a well-being check on a child in New Minas.
A red 1998 Cavalier, license plate FBG 458, was stolen in Hants Border.
Ongoing mischief was reported on Old Dyke Lane in New Minas.
A female pedestrian was stuck by a car in a New Minas parking lot at 9 p.m. She went to hospital. The driver was handed a ticket for careless driving.
A car was keyed in New Minas.
A man faces 13 charges after a number of thefts from vehicles and a shed in North Kentville.
A two-year-old locked a North Kentville mother out of the house when she stepped out for a cigarette.
There was a theft from a work site on Deep Hollow Road in Greenwich.
Graffiti was reported on a former church in Canning and three bikes were also stolen from the same village.
Someone stole fuel from an oil tank for the second time at a Wolfville business.
A 55-year-old man has been charged with shoplifting in Greenwood.
Ongoing party issues were reported from Winter Street in Wolfville.
A Kingston resident reported a suspicious man on a front porch and there was also a man on a New Minas verandah looking in windows.
There was an off-road vehicle complaint in Coldbrook at 2:14 a.m.
A noise complaint came in from Blue Heron Court in Wolfville at 2:39 a.m.
A vehicle was scratched overnight in Kingston.
A homeless woman was found asleep at a bank machine in Wolfville at 7:15 a.m.
Someone was reported knocking on apartment windows at night in North Kentville. Later, a suspicious person was reported near a building in the same area.
Some guns were turned over for destruction.
Two reports were received about an ATV on private property near Kingston. An assault resulted.
An iPod and some money were taken from a vehicle on Bishop Avenue in Wolfville, followed by the theft of a black coat and a hoodie from the Acadia Arena. Later, a wallet was reported found in the same town.
An intoxicated man was begging in Canning.
There was a disturbance in Greenwood and threats were made.
Police acted on a warrant in South Alton.
An unwanted female was reported on the campus of Acadia University.
An assault took place in Kingston at 11:51 p.m.
An 18-year-old homeless man was taken from Berwick to Inn From The Cold.
A driver in New Minas failed to pay for $150 worth of diesel gas.
A suspicious man was reported for writing down license plate numbers near the school in Kingston. Officers determined he was noting speeders.
Two youth in New Minas were given a warning when police found a small amount of illegal drugs.
A 21-year-old male was caught shoplifting in New Minas.
A well-being check was conducted on a university student in Wolfville who failed to turn up for an exam.
Two older drivers crashed into each other in a parking lot in Kingston.
A chronic, 36-year-old, female shoplifter stole from a Front Street business in Wolfville, but donated to the Salvation Army on the way out.
An iPod was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle in North Kentville while the owner was in a church.
A suspicious vehicle was reported at 10 p.m. in Waterville.
A vehicle was reported for blocking traffic in New Minas just before midnight.
The same homeless woman was reported at 2:30 a.m. for sleeping at a bank machine in New Minas.
Some money was stolen from an apartment in North Kentville, and later, a shed was reported broken into.
There were five mental health issues and three minor domestic calls came in.
Four family relations concerns were reported.
Five youth group home incidents were noted.
Possible drug use was reported in Centreville and New Minas.
Five driving complaints were noted. There were collisions on Highway 101 near Avonport and Kingston, Upper Dyke, Kingston, Brooklyn Street, Middle Dyke Road and five in New Minas.
Four checkpoints were set up in Kingston and Wolfville.
There were two landlord/tenant issues and two child welfare concerns.
One false alarm was reported and eight false 911 calls.
Const. Blair MacMurtery is warning Kings County residents to beware of a telephone scam.
As part of the scam, the caller pretends to be from a law enforcement agency, advising of illegal content on a computer.
He said the scammers use different names, but the end result is online identity theft.