A tree fell across Highway 101 near North Alton at 9 p.m.
Six mental health calls were received and there were five family relations calls. One mother required the police to break up a fight between an eight and a 14-year-old.
Later, a 12-year-old boy became upset over a game of cards and he stuck a knife in a counter about 11:30 p.m. Then he put his head through a glass door and police were called.
Three domestic issues arose. A 30-year-old man, with mental health problems, was arrested for assault.
There were three youth group home incidents. Two medical emergencies took place.
Collisions occurred in Brooklyn Corner, Highway 101 near Hortonville, two in Kingston, North Kentville, Greenwood, Canning
Checkpoints were set up in Cambridge, Kingston, Lake Paul, Millville, Coldbrook and Aylesford. There were 10 driving complaints.
There were two parking lot crashes in New Minas and one in Wolfville.
There were three reports of nuisance phone calls, one of threats by an ex-boyfriend’s mother and three cases of Facebook threats.
There were three false alarms and five false 911 calls.
At 4:30 a.m. there was a neighbourhood noise complaint from Aylesford.
A break and enter report was filed about a vacant house in New Minas. The house had been foreclosed on, but someone was staying there.
A North Kentville resident reported the theft of opiates.
A laptop, an iPod and a glucosometer were stolen out of an unlocked vehicle on Acadia Street in Wolfville.
Someone went into a vehicle on Greenfield Road, near Gaspereau, but nothing was taken.
A farmer on Spittal Road in Coldbrook reported several drivers driving dangerously in a field.
Someone who made a sale on Kijiji reported a cheque bouncing.
Suspicious vehicles were noted in Auburn and in Forest Hill.
A Greenwood business reported a trespasser under the Protection of Properties Act.
A vehicle went off Highway 101 near Grand Pré, but there were no injuries.
A suspended driver was stopped in Windermere and the vehicle was towed.
There was a gas and go in Aldershot.
A parking lot hit and run was reported from New Minas.
A vehicle went off the road in Greenwich at 3:40 p.m.
Police investigated a reported breach of conditions and determined it was unfounded.
Change was taken from an unlocked vehicle in Cambridge.
A reported of a break-in on Middle Dyke Road turned out to be an alarm set off by a dog.
Five unwanted youth were reported at Acadia University at 7:33 p.m.
A resident of the Greenwood area reported hearing shot at 10:33 p.m.
There was a disturbance between roommates in North Kentville.
Messy weather prompted vehicles to go off the road in Coldbrook, Highway 101 near Kingston, in Greenwich and on Belcher Street.
A tree was down on Highbury Road in New Minas.
Footprints near a garage alerted a South Alton property owner to a prowler overnight.
A Greenwood business reported someone took a spoon into the men’s washroom and burned it.
Traffic lights went out in Kingston and on Belcher Street.
A South Alton resident reported someone plowing snow onto the road, which is illegal.
A driver skidded into a pole in Cambridge and a truck went off Highway 101 into snow near New Minas.
After a disturbance report at 4:13 p.m., a report of a homeless 20-year-old male was received from Valley Regional Hospital.
A man in breach of conditions was held for court.
A 45-year-old homeless man who asked in Wolfville to go to Inn From The Cold turned out to be wanted on an outstanding warrant.
A noise complaint was filed in Berwick, followed by one in New Minas at 11:36 p.m.
A complaint of harassment involving unwanted contact was filed at 9:16 a.m.
The single mental health call involved an older individual with dementia who reported the theft of a vehicle. The car was in for repairs.
There were five family relations calls and three domestic incidents.
Five driving complaints were received. There were collisions in New Minas
Five youth group home incidents were reported.
Two child welfare complaints are being investigated. Two landlord/tenant issues arose.
There were 14 false 911 calls.