There were 109 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Feb. 18 and Feb. 21.
A New Minas business reported an internal theft.
Someone was reported looking into vehicles in Grand Pré. Later, someone else noted a theft of cash from a vehicle.
One person received minor injuries in a collision on the White Rock Road.
There was a break-in at a long-vacant house near Aylesford.
A fire occurred in a garbage can at the rehab centre in Waterville.
A man shoplifting was caught on video in Kingston.
A vehicle was taken for a joy ride from Somerset and later recovered.
A vehicle rolled over in Upper Dyke.
A patient refused to leave the hospital in Kentville and was breaching the peace.
There was a noise complaint at 11 p.m. in Wolfville.
Early in the day, there was a noise complaint in North Kentville.
A curfew check in Aylesford was positive.
Slush might have been the cause of a collision in Upper Dyke at 8 a.m.
A driver in New Minas reported a dangerous pothole.
A shoplifter was identified in Greenwood.
A student group at Acadia University reported money missing from an account.
When a vehicle was stopped in Cambridge at 10 p.m., officers found drug paraphernalia and marijuana.
A checkpoint was set up in Greenwich.
Police stopped a vehicle in Cambridge and found it had the wrong plate. Marijuana was also found and the driver did not have a licence. The vehicle was towed as a result.
A foot chase allowed police to capture a 16-year-old youth going through cars on Country Club Lane in New Minas at 4 a.m.
Four vehicles collided due to freezing conditions in Forest Home at 8 a.m.
Three people were involved in a heated argument over the ownership of a cat at 10 a.m. in Greenwood.
A New Minas resident called police about a possible fraudulent canvasser for the cancer society.
A teacher at a school in Cambridge reported cash missing from her purse.
A speeder was stopped in Coldbrook.
A camp at Sunken Camp was broken into, but nothing appeared taken.
An illegal radar detector was located in a vehicle in New Minas.
A downed power line was reported in Northville.
A ticket was issued in a construction zone in Aylesford.
Someone smashed taillights on vehicles parked at a business in Auburn.
An Aylesford resident reported a dog stolen, and while talking to police on the phone, the animal returned.
A shoplifter was stopped in Greenwood and the property recovered.
A loud argument was reported outside a home in North Kentville.
The mother of a four-year-old girl called police about an aggressive three-year-old boy at playschool.
An unwanted and intoxicated male was arrested and held for court after criminal harassment took place in New Minas.
At 2 a.m., an alarm was raised about a man wearing a bracelet monitor not being home. He was found at the hospital.
A checkpoint took place in Kingston.
Loud music was reported on Sanford Road in North Kentville at 4:44 a.m.
A snowmobile helmet and tools were taken from an unlocked vehicle in Coldbrook overnight.
Vehicles were rifled through on Orchard Avenue and Pleasant Street in Wolfville.
There were three driving complaints, including one about a driver spinning his tires. Collisions took place in Wolfville and New Minas. There were parking lot collisions in Greenwood, Kingston and at Valley Regional Hospital.
There were two landlord/tenant issues and two well-being checks.
There were three false alarms, including one at a school, and five false 911 calls.