Cruiser Nov. 6

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By Jennifer Hoegg


Kings District RCMP responded to 137 calls between Oct. 26 and 29.

Oct. 26

Harassing phone calls were reported.     

At 8:50 a.m., high-powered rifle shots were heard in Harmony.

A disturbance and assault were reported from Medford just before 10 a.m., but it was a consensual fight and no charges will be laid.

Someone attempted to buy a cell phone with fraudulent ID.

A report came in about a 55-year-old homeless woman.

Wolfville RCMP were called about an ongoing parking complaint on private property.

Possible drug use was reported in a park in Kingston.

An open fire was reported just after noon in Greenwood. The flames were extinguished, but a neighbourhood dispute over the report erupted.

At 12:08 p.m., police were called about barking dogs at two properties disturbing neighbours.

Dangerous driving was reported in Canning at 1:51 p.m.

Six- and 10-year-old children were reported missing in Windemere, but were found in a cornfield.

There was a two-vehicle crash in Grand Pré.

A motorcyclist’s driving generated a complaint in Greenwich.

Nuisance phone calls were reported at 4 p.m. from Canada Creek.

Two girls were caught shoplifting in New Minas. There was an assault at a commercial address in the same village.

A driver ended up in the ditch in Canaan.

Two bears ran in front of a vehicle around 7 p.m. on Highway 101 near Exit 17. One of the bears was injured and was put down by RCMP. No humans sustained injuries, but the vehicle was badly damaged.

There were several driving complaints, including one about a slow truck on the 101 and another about a vehicle speeding near Exit 15. In a third matter, RCMP issued a warning.

An assault took place in Cambridge.

A 19-year-old man and 18-year-old woman attempted to shoplift. They were dealt with under the Protection of Property Act.

Just after 8 p.m., there was a crash at a Greenwich intersection.

There was a disturbance in Kingston.

People playing loud music and “smoking weed” were reported in New Minas at 11:23 p.m. RCMP attended the address and quieted down the party, but no drug use could be proven.    


Oct. 27

A single-vehicle crash in Cambridge is under investigation.

There was a 911 call from Acadia’s campus about an intoxicated male. He was gone when police arrived.

There was a disturbance involving a man and a woman in Upper Dyke Village at 2:54 a.m., but the pair left in a cab before police arrived.

Policed issued a warning to a Wolfville resident who was playing loud music at 4:41 a.m.

There was a complaint at 7:50 a.m. of an intoxicated male, loitering outside Wolfville’s Tim Hortons. He was gone when police arrived.

A 43-year-old man was arrested just after 9:30 a.m. in Aylesford for driving while prohibited

Driving complaints came in from a number of areas, including Highway 101 and North Kingston.

A chainsaw and weed whacker were stolen from a locked barn in South Berwick.

A 28-year-old woman will be charged with failure to comply with an undertaking not to be at a mall property.

After a car versus motorcycle collision in Grafton at 1:33 p.m., a 21-year-old driver of a Honda Civic has been charged with failing to stop at a stop sign.

There was a fridge in the middle of the road in Greenwood.

A car in New Minas hit a 17-year-old male cyclist. Both the vehicle and bike were damaged and the boy was injured. Warnings were issued to the teenager, who was allegedly riding on the crosswalk and sidewalk.

There was a two-vehicle crash in Greenwich at 6 p.m.

An incendiary flare was found in Morden. It was retrieved by the military and destroyed.

Complaint of a possible impaired driver turned out to be unfounded.

Nuisance phone calls were reported.

There were disturbances in Greenwich and Berwick.

RCMP received a request from a New Minas business to remove a 55-year-old homeless woman who sleeping on the premises.

There was a landlord/tenant dispute.

An unwanted 18-year-old man reported on Acadia’s campus at 10:25 p.m. was dealt with under the Protection of Properties Act.

Police were called about an open fire in Scott’s Bay at 11 p.m.

Someone failed to pay for a second-hand couch.

A farmer cutting crops at 11:51 p.m. led to a complaint.

After police shut down a large party in Berwick, an 18-year-old man was arrested and held until sober.

Oct. 28

Just after midnight, a 41-year-old man was arrested at an RCMP check stop for having a bag of marijuana on his person. He will appear in court at a later date.

A report of an impaired driver turned out to be unfounded.

A small party on Gaspereau Avenue, Wolfville, was shut down by police at 12:24 a.m. after a noise complaint.

On Acadia’s campus, an 18-year-old was causing problems at 1:49 a.m. 

Wolfville RCMP received a noise complaint about people talking on an apartment balcony.

A purse was found on Wolfville’s Main Street.

A drug investigation took place.

A 23-year-old man was taken into custody at 5:41 a.m. in Wolfville after causing a disturbance. He will be charged with breaching court conditions not to drink alcohol.

Suspicious vehicles were reported parked around cottages in Donnelan’s Brook and a self-storage unit in New Minas.

There was a gas and go in New Minas.

An unwanted, homeless individual was reported in Kingsport, but was gone when police arrived.

A window was broken at a Berwick residence.

At 11:42 a.m., an iPhone was reported missing.  

Nuisance phone calls were reported.

There was a two-vehicle crash at 1 p.m. at the Greenwich-Wolfville border.

A male suspect was arrested in Cambridge at 2:08 p.m. and held until sober.  

Beer was reported sprayed on a car in Canaan.

A missing youth was found.

At 3:05 p.m., a 33-year-old man who was hitchhiking in Kingston was arrested for failing to comply with an undertaking not to drink alcohol.

Damage to a bank machine was noted in Berwick.

There was a driving complaint from Kingston.

At 4:29 p.m., damage to a screen on the back kitchen window of a house was reported.

A 34-year-old man was arrested in New Minas and held until sober.

A complaint of a possibly impaired driver turned out to be unfounded.

At 7 p.m., someone drove over a lawn in Berwick causing property damage.

In Greenwood at 9 p.m., someone threw a brick at a window.

There was a threats complaint.

Large clumps of mud on a road in Lower Canard were reported.

Oct. 29

An iPod and $16 was taken from an unlocked vehicle on Pleasant Street, Wolfville.

At 7:05 a.m., there was single-vehicle crash after a car driving with a spare tire skidded off the road on the way to the garage.  

Report of a possible impaired driver was investigated. The driver had a medical problem.

Between Oct. 26 and 29, RCMP received three false 911 calls and three false alarms. There were two calls from youth group homes.

There were three family relations calls. There were three domestic incidents, including one argument over a set of keys to a property.

There were two mental health- related calls.

Check stops were conducted in Wolfville, Greenwich, Kingston, Aylesford, Tremont, South Berwick and Greenwood.

Organizations: RCMP, Tim Hortons

Geographic location: New Minas, Kingston, Greenwood Greenwich Wolfville Cambridge Canaan Acadia Berwick Canning Windemere Grand Pré Canada Creek Aylesford South Berwick Upper Dyke Village North Kingston Morden Gaspereau Avenue Kingsport Lower Canard Pleasant Street

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