There were 113 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Jan. 3 and Jan. 7.
A New Minas shopper reported a stolen purse, but then located it under a baby seat in her vehicle.
A man in his 80s was reported again for stealing an ice cream cone from a store in Coldbrook. He has been banned from the property.
A car and shed in Auburn were broken into.
Snowmobiles were reported on the road in North Kentville at 5:56 p.m.
A male driver in his 50s suffered a medical emergency and went into the ditch in South Berwick. He died and an autopsy is being conducted.
Possible drug use was reported in Wolfville. Later, a voyeur was noted. Police are investigating.
A chronically-inebriated man in his 50s was reported lying in a fetal position on a Greenwich roadside. He was placed in a cell.
Someone slashed some tires and broke a windshield on a vehicle in Kingston.
Two drivers hit mirrors on North River Road, near Gaspereau.
A report came in of a suspicious vehicle in a car pool lot in North Alton. It turned out to be an abandoned vehicle.
Some illegal substances were found on the floor of a school bus. They were destroyed.
Someone fired a BB gun and broke a window on a truck parked on Basin Drive in Wolfville.
A child welfare issue is being investigated.
There was a disturbance and some property damage in Greenwood about 4 p.m.
An assault is being investigated in Wolfville.
Slippery roads caused collisions in South Berwick, Waterville and Canaan.
There was a request for shelter at Inn from the Cold.
A 31-year-old driver was stopped in North Kentville at 10:42 p.m. and charged with possession of cocaine and a dangerous weapon.
A neighbourhood dispute involving noise and threats was reported in a North Kentville apartment building at 12:49 a.m.
A 21-year-old impaired female was stopped while driving on Commercial Street in New Minas at 3 a.m.
A New Minas resident reported three youth with two rifles, then amended the call to indicate the rifles were pellet guns. Police spoke with the youth involved.
A report of a break-in in Wolfville turned out to be a faulty door on an apartment.
The back window on a van in Kingston was smashed.
There was a collision on snowy road near Canning at 6 p.m.
There was a hit and run in a parking lot in Greenwood.
A newly-licenced driver was stopped in New Minas and found to have been drinking. He received a seven-day suspension.
A 90-day driving suspension was handed out to a male driver on Winter Street at 2:11 a.m. in Wolfville.
A horse was found unattended on Highway 1 near Aylesford at 9:25 a.m.
A breach of a court order was reported.
There was an assault in North Kentville.
A distraught woman was reported on Exhibition Street in North Kentville.
A possible propane leak was noted in New Minas at 2:58 p.m.
A power line was down in Auburn at 3:40 p.m.
A 43-year-old man driving a snowmobile was injured when he went over a 10-foot drop in an Aylesford field.
An assault fuelled by alcohol is being investigated in Habitant.
Loud music was reported in Kingston.
A car was stopped in Cambridge and police determined it had been stolen in Digby. The 27-year-old driver was charged with theft of a motor vehicle and driving while disqualified.
A woman in her 30s with health issues died suddenly and an autopsy will be performed.
There were nine mental health reports. Five of them concerned a 20-year-old female. She has been the subject of 23 calls in the past month.
A 29-year-old man was arrested for a domestic assault with threats.
There were five family relations calls. One concerned an out-of-control 13-year-old girl. An assault was also noted involving a 40-year-old man and a 16-year-old boy.
Ten driving complaints were received. Drivers failing to yield when trying to pass on Highway 101 are a problem, as are drivers texting while behind the wheel.
There were collisions in Cambridge, Deep Hollow Road and two in New Minas.
Checkpoints were set up in Steam Mill, Greenwood and Kingston.
There was a report of threats being made in a workplace.
There were two false alarms and six false 911 calls.