By Wendy Elliott
There were 194 reports made to the RCMP in Kings County between Nov. 17 and Nov. 22.
A driver faces charges under the Motor Vehicle Act after a single vehicle collision in Berwick at 12:13 a.m.
Prowlers were reported behind a house behind a house in Canning.
A woman was caught trying to use fake ID in Wolfville.
An intoxicated man was reportedly acting silly in New Minas. He was banned from a fast food outlet.
A 41-year-old homeless man was burning old pallets near a Berwick business at 7:20 a.m. in order to keep warm.
A window was smashed in a vehicle parked in New Minas.
Youth were causing a disturbance at a New Minas fast food eatery.
An inebriated man was covered with mud in Steam Mill at 3:50 p.m.
Two youth were captured on video damaging property at a Greenwood business.
A woman in Wolfville reported two individuals for giving her dirty looks and the finger.
Unwanted hunters were reported in Aylesford.
A 54-year-old woman caused a disturbance at a Wolfville drinking establishment.
A 50-year-old intoxicated man was arrested after he was reported walking in traffic yelling obscenities near Greenwood at 8:32 p.m. He resisted arrest and assaulted a peace officer.
A Wolfville resident reported two women with dogs rang her doorbell at 9 p.m.
An 18-year-old man was assaulted in Berwick at 10:32 p.m.
A 20-year-old female driver faces charges after she tried to evade a checkpoint in Sheffield Mills. She was allegedly impaired and has faced a number of charges dating back to 2009.
There were two thefts reported from unlocked lockers at the Acadia Arena.
At 12:12 a.m., an inebriated female reported that her boyfriend’s dog assaulted her.
Yelling and erratic driving were noted on Prospect Street, Wolfville.
There was a disturbance at a Greenwood drinking establishment.
Someone who tried taxi fraud eventually paid up in New Minas.
A new pizza delivery driver in Wolfville took off with $107 worth of pizza and any cash.
A 22-year-old intoxicated man was passed out in Berwick at 12:46 p.m. He was transported home.
Four young men, who had been drinking, caused a disturbance in Rockland.
Three men in a passing vehicle were reported for damaging a South Alton vehicle.
An off road vehicle complaint came in from Greenwood.
A 29-year-old driver went to hospital after a single vehicle crash in Gaspereau.
Someone took a vehicle without permission from Port Williams and later returned it.
Cardboard was lit on fire outside a house in Berwick.
There was a noise report on Bay Street, Wolfville, followed by a disturbance at Acadia University.
A car hit a deer on Highway 101.
At 6:28 a.m. a vehicle hit a coyote on Highway 101 near Avonport.
Seven domestic issues arose in the last week. A 29-year-old man was charged with one of the two assaults.
A total of 10 mental health calls came in. One individual reported seeing ghosts and another involved a disoriented 85-year-old female. Three sudden deaths occurred.
Twelve family relations calls were received. An inebriated man in his 60s was arrested after he pushed his elderly mother into a chair. A 16-year-old was arrested in another incident.
There were nine youth group home incidents and there were two medical emergencies. Two child welfare reports came in.
There were 18 driving complaints. Two drivers admitted to driving while feeling tired. Collisions occurred in Greenwood twice, Berwick, Kingston, Cambridge, Wolfville, Belcher Street, two in Coldbrook and three in New Minas - including one at the roundabout.
Checkpoints were conducted in Kingston, Woodville, Brooklyn Corner, Casey’s Corner, Greenwood, Lakeville, Sheffield Mills, Waterville, Greenwich and several in Wolfville. Three parking lot collisions occurred in Berwick, Wolfville and New Minas.
Three child welfare concerns were raised and police mediated at a tenant dispute.
There were six false alarms and 19 false 911 calls.
The community policing officer gave three well attended presentations: at the Kings Rehab Centre and at two credit unions.